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Publisher's Summary

Meet Avery Shaw. She's all mouth - and some skill.
As a reporter for a Southeastern Michigan newspaper, Avery finds herself in trouble at every turn. She has a list of enemies - and she's not afraid to cross them. Follow her as she crosses paths with her former boyfriend, a hot new love interest, and a family that cannot be contained - even by the law.
These are the first three books in the Avery Shaw Mystery series. They include: Who, What, Where, When, Die, If it Bleeds, it Leads, and Buried Leads.
©2011 Amanda M. Lee (P)2015 Amanda M. Lee
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By Lizzie Liz on 10-27-15

Good mysteries... lacking back stories

I want to like Avery Shaw... really, I do. I like that she's her own person, but the angry tirades can only go so far... things start getting redundant and there are some (minor) inconsistencies that are definitely more noticeable when you listen to three books straight in a row.

*SPOILER ALERT * I'm somewhat flummoxed about Elliot's magically becoming a private investigator with absolutely no intro or explanation in Book 2. I get adding layers to the character and needing something for the story that you hadn't realized was necessary in the previous book, but there needed to be some sort of introduction to the idea before he just announces some chick is his client... it was totally out of the blue! Have Avery walk by a window and see a flyer announcing his side job... say she hadn't heard from him in months but a story comes across the news desk involving him helping solve some minor crime... anything other than just pretending we all already knew!

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By ANNA on 10-24-15

Wow where do I begin

Would you recommend Breaking News: Avery Shaw Mystery Books 1-3 to your friends? Why or why not?

I would if there was a different narrator. The narrator mispronounces many of the words. Like crochet as croquet. This makes it hard to listen to. The voices she does for the male voices are the same but also are annoying.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Angel Clark?

I would have cast just about anyone else. Seriously.

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By Cyberbeeb on 11-12-17

Awful narration

The story is entertaining enough, along the lines of the Stephanie Plum stories but the narration is wince makingly awful so I just can’t finish it.

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By Mrs J Lenharth on 04-06-17

Cheeky Fun

If you could sum up Breaking News: Avery Shaw Mystery Books 1-3 in three words, what would they be?

Fantastic Fun and Freedom

Who was your favorite character and why?

Avery is my fav cause she is just full of crazy snarky fun. Each book you get to know more of her and her family and friends and the best thing about her is she just is Avery. She is who she is and she apologizes to no one for it.

What about Angel Clark’s performance did you like?

She voices Avery very well lol specially when shes all snarky and being herself.

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

The first time Avery says she is going to kick someone in her naughty place haha I really did laugh hard. Just the whole relationship between Avery and Jake and Elliot.. Oh the way Duncan cries like a girl pants when Avery zings him ahhh I would love this girl to be in my offline world. Her and I would be friends for real :D

Any additional comments?

You just gotta go for it with any Avery Shaw book there are 10 of them so far so yeah just jump. Like anything in life it takes a bit to get to know her or used to the way shes read but once that happens you will be laughing your bum off and passing the time having a good day.

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By Samantha on 06-07-17

seriously great books

absolutely loved them. just the right amount of mystery, romance and laughs. love the lead role and the love triangle. if you love Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum you will love this.

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