• by Michael Chambers
  • Narrated by Michelle Marie
  • 8 hrs and 17 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

On any given day, Chief Carrie Stewart has her hands full, between meth cooks, pot farmers, drunk and disorderly calls, and the ever-present day to day hassles of running an underfunded police department. But when first livestock and then people start dying, it will take the help of a mysterious man and all her resources to discover the truth. Is she the hunter, or the hunted?


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This is another book that surprised me with how much I liked it. I pretty much listened to it as much as I could and didn't want to take out my headphones. This focuses on Carrie Stewart, who is Chief of a small town, where her usual problems include "meth cooks, pot farmers, drunk and disorderly calls, and the ever-present day to day hassles of running an underfunded police department." But when some live stock turn up with their innards missing and all that are left at the scene are incredibly big wolf tracks, it will take the help of a stranger to unravel the mysteries and catch the killer before it's too late.

I really liked the Chief. She is a no nonsense, strong and caring police officer. She loves the little town and is willing to do, and believe, anything to help it. I liked that, along with the wold mystery, there are also other issues being dealt with, like a lecherous mayor!! She was well written and developed and I was rooting for her throughout the book.

The plot was entertaining, though I would have liked a little more on the origin of the outbreak! It was fairly fast paced and kept my attention throughout too. I do have to say that I had an idea of who the culprit was about 3 quarters of the way through, though it didn't detract from the story.

In all. An engaging and entertaining read. It mightn't be the scariest but that didn't bother me. I like these kinda ones, where there's more story and mystery, rather than just blood and guts. I would like to see more from these characters and can only hope we see a book 2.

Michelle Marie did a good job. She read the story well and had a clear crisp voice. I did find some of her tones to be nearly the same, especially the females, but overall she did good.

I was voluntarily provided this free copy by the author, narrator, or publisher. This in no way affected nor influenced my thoughts.
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- Natalie @ BookLoversLife

Big Trouble in Mayberry

This story grabs you from the start and sucks you into a small Mayberry type town stalked by at least two types of beasts. The writing is so good I was dreading the book being over before I was half way through. There is a strong female lead and believable supporting characters. The narration is great. Well worth the time and credit.
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- Kim Venatries "There are few things better than a good story well told!"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-14-2016
  • Publisher: Michael Chambers