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I really enjoyed this story, well written and good character development. However, I did not enjoy Sandy Rustin as the narrator. For me her voice was just too high pitched and I struggled listening to her.
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Clean, refreshing, funny, and a great story . . . social worker, Holly Anna, just diagnosed with a rare cancer, with only a year to live, keeps the news to herself . . . choosing instead to bless others through random acts of kindness . . . most think her humility and world view are hokey . . . her faith in God a silly thing . . . and even her siblings treat her like a child . . . but she stays the course . . . only her best friend, Jamie knows that Holly has been served a death sentence, and both of them struggle with what lies ahead . . . when Jamie's van is reported leaving the home of one of Holly's "random acts of kindness" deeds (cleaning the house of one of her clients) . . . where Holly has just found a man murdered and lying in the floor . . . a string of mysterious murders begin, all eerily similar to the one which Holly fled . . . including the presence of more cleaning supplies just like the ones that Holly left behind in her haste at the first murder scene . . . add to that, the appearance of Chase, the police officer assigned to the case . . . and an old high school heart throb . . . and you've got a recipe for . . . well, for a deliciously written mystery and romance . . . and a clean one! This is a well written, fun-to-listen-to story, with many layers . . . filled with family, friends, real life issues that are dealt with in a godly but realistic way . . . excellent resolution to the mystery . . . can't wait to listen to the next in the series . . .