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Publisher's Summary

The reverberating bangs shake Melanie Perkin's nerves. Either someone's aiming at her truck, or they don't know fireworks are supposed to go upward. Could things get any worse? Yes. The next day she discovers a dead body in the barn on her late parents' farm, Sheriff's Deputy Granger's gun pointed at the chest of a primary suspect - someone she holds dear. Illegal merchandise flooding the small Iowa town of River's Edge, upcoming Fourth of July activities, and a half-finished manuscript all hinder her determined efforts to solve the crime before an innocent person is convicted of murder. In this, the second novel in beloved cozy mystery writer Elaine Orr's River's Edge series, the author once again offers humor, believable characters, and tight prose as she carries the listener to an exciting climax. Those who follow her Jolie Gentil series will find themselves right at home. You won't want to miss this one!
©2016 Annie Acorn Publishing LLC (P)2017 Elaine L. Orr
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By Troublemer on 08-29-17

Who Done it

I love the the story line. The characters were great and the author had you wondering who could have done it. This was my first book in this series and i would do more of these stories. My problem is the narrator. I had a hard time distinguishing the different characters from each other. Especially the female parts. He did not seem to try an do a feminine voice. I have listen to a lot of male narrators do female parts very well. I feel this type of book is not for Brad. However,his voice would be great in a urban fantasy. He has a great voice for those types of books. Just needs to work on changing up the voices for different characters, Back to the book. I received this book free for an honest opinion. I would like to read more in this series.

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By ldybkpr on 10-03-17

Not Bad

The book could use a better narrator. That causes me to pause when listening to it. The voice was not very good. The book had a good plot and was well developed. Enjoyed the book overall.

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