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Pretty good story. I started with book 8 and i feel I would have a better understanding of the characters if i had started from the beginning but still good story. Narration was good. I received this book free in exchange for an honest review.
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This is the second book written by Laura Carr that I listen to and enjoyed it very much. Great mystery, mixed with love, suspense and laugh. I appreciate the fact that there is no filthy language. Well written books don’t need it! Thank you so much, Laura!
CJ McAllister, as usual, surpassed my expectations with his outstanding narration! Can’t wait to listen to another book that he narrates!
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Mac Faraday and his fiancé, Archie, are tired of waiting for their big wedding day, still six months in the future so decide on a secret ceremony in a little nearby church. Taking only Gnarly, the great lumbering 'police' dog with them, their hopes of a quiet marriage are interrupted by the discovery of a body in the church. And the following investigations are unexpected and far from simple ...
This very humerous murder mystery by Lauren Carr once again revisits characters met in earlier books (although none need to have been previously read to fully enjoy this story). The people are well drawn to become fully three dimensional, the conversations are realistic, situations often funny and even the several dogs have real character. The plot itself, twisting and ingeneous, is almost secondary to meeting the protagonists, but still good. And as usual, narrator, C.J.MacCallister does an excellent job interpreting them all and giving each a distinctive and individual voice (although Carmine's Italian accent has to be a bit suspect) as well as flawlessly delivering the text in his deep and pleasant reading.
I very much enjoy these light-hearted stories and look forward to hearing another very soon. My only complaint? My copy seems to be missing the advertised bonus short about the big, boisterous dog, 'The Gnarly Rehabilitation Program'.