Quite naturally, Bubba's got another problem. The woman he likes, a lot, is missing. Folks around Pegramville don't have an inkling whether Bubba done did anything this time. In fact, Bubba doesn't know what to think, but he is plumb dedicated on finding Willodean Gray, through fair means or foul. It will take a trip to the big city of Dallas, a run-in with an unstable superhero called The Purple Singapore Sling, a kidnapping by a Dallas crime lord, and a headlong hunt for a devious individual who snatched the fair sheriff's deputy to figure out which end is up. What Bubba comes to understand is not all the crazy folks live in the country. Bubba's on the edge and he's goin' hog-wild in a donut factory! Book three of the Bubba series.
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Entertaining, lovable, charming
Bubba - he's humble, intrepid and adorable.
Yes. The narration of this book is naturally more animated due to the personalities of the characters. The voices of all the characters are well done and easy to distinguish from one another.
It made me laugh out loud!
I'm looking forward to more from this author!
- Sue Means
Bubba does it again!
Yes, I can't wait until Audible has another Bubba adventure available.
C.L. Bevill has small town Texas nailed! Her descriptions of the people and places are wonderful. The tales are flush with Texas humor. The stories are wonder action mysteries. I was on the edge of my seat worried about 'The Missing Woman' to the last chapter.
This was my first exposure to Mr. Alger's Narration, but I can't imagine anyone else telling Bubba's stories. I would be curious to see what else he has done.
So many. The man with the Hounds telling Bubba he wouldn't take his money. The little girl realizing Bubba loves her aunt. I can't say Bubba doesn't have a mean bone in his body, but he has a lot more kind one. He goes out of his way to be respectful to pretty much anyone.
When ever possible my wife and I prefer Audio books for stories we are both interested in. Cuts down on fights over who reads a book first and exchanges like "Have you got to the part...DON'T TELL ME DON'T TELL ME DONT TELL ME!"
I hope the rest of Bubba's adventures make it in to Audio format...SOON!
- Arthur B. Burnett