Hazardous Duty : Squeaky Clean Mysteries

  • by Christy Barritt
  • Narrated by Janet Campus
  • Series: Squeaky Clean Mysteries
  • 6 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Gabby St. Claire dropped out of school on her way to completing a degree in forensic science. Instead, she did the next best thing: she started her own crime scene cleaning business. When a routine cleaning job uncovers a murder weapon the police overlooked, she realizes that the wrong person is in jail. But the owner of the weapon is willing to do anything to keep Gabby quiet. With the help of her neighbor, Riley Thomas, Gabby plays detective. But can Riley help her before another murder occurs?

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Not my genre

I didn't realize this was Christian fiction when I got the book. The story was good, I liked the characters but there were just too many references to God and whether you should believe in Him or not for me to really enjoy it.

But if that's what you enjoy when listening to books then you will probably enjoy this one.
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- Zulu

Good, for a first novel, plus one.

This is a decent book, especially for first novel (I hope that is what this is). I look forward to seeing how the skills of the author progress.
I felt the storyline flowed, and there were a few twists and turns that were unexpected. I increased the rating by one star, because I REALLY appreciate a clean story! I also wish there was less romance and more of simply friendship building. I appreciate friendship building, but not everything rotates around love.

I don't have any problem with a story that adds Christian themes, and even though this does throw a little in, really it isn't much. Not compared to other books I have read.

The narrator seemed inexperienced, and (hopefully) will improve over time. There were several instances of mispronounced words, page turns are distinctively evident, and a few times that she repeated a sentence immediately after a brief pause. Speaking of which, there are several times, most of which were in the first part, where there were distinctively long, unaccounted for pauses.

Overall, I will try the next book in the series.
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- L K Redding

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-03-2013
  • Publisher: christy barritt