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Publisher's Summary

Charlie and her husband begin the winter with hopes for a honeymoon in a secluded New Mexico mountain cabin. But their plans are disrupted when police locate an old pawn ticket identifying the gun used in a five-year-old murder. They trace the ticket back to ski instructor Elroy Romero, who work's for Charlie's husband, Drake. Elroy swears he didn't commit the crime, even though the gun has been in his possession all along. And when it turns out the murder victim was Elroy's brother, a priest, Charlie really begins to question her client's story.
As Charlie is drawn deeper into the case, she begins to uncover a connection between the priest's murder and a multi-million dollar theft ring of religious artifacts. But as the pieces begin to click into place, she finds hers and Drake's lives are on the line.
More mayhem? Listen to more Charlie Parker mysteries.
©2001 Connie Shelton (P)2004 Books in Motion
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2 out of 5 stars
By LAZA2011 on 11-13-11

Irritating

I nearly turned this audio off in the first few minutes. I found the narrator's "mechanical" voice so irritating. I managed to tough it out to the end however. But I wouldn't recommend it. There are just too many really great audios read by truly talented narrators. Why waste the time?

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