Return to Fender : Blue Suede Memphis Mysteries

  • by Virginia Brown
  • Narrated by Karen Commins, Drew Commins
  • Series: Blue Suede Memphis Mysteries
  • 9 hrs and 44 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Find out who's trying to kill one of the best-known drag queens in Memphis? No problem. Harley's on the case. Until someone decides she's getting a little too close to the truth....
Halloween's just around the corner, and business is brisk at Memphis Tour Tyme. Harley doesn't need an extra job, but when her pal Tootsie asks her to help Jordan Cleveland, his fellow drag queen, she can't resist poking around in the mystery. How dangerous could it be for her? After all, Jordan's the target of the threats, not her. He's had his brake line cut, a concrete flower pot dropped over his head, a pickup truck nearly ran him down, and someone tried to push him off a sidewalk into heavy traffic. He and Harley think his ex-wife is the most likely culprit, but after Jordan is sideswiped by a car and ends up in the hospital, trouble starts to turn Harley's way. The next thing she knows, she's dangling off the side of the city's famous Peabody Hotel while an anonymous thug tells her to mind her own business...or else.
Things can only get worse, and she ought to heed the demands of her hunky police boyfriend, Mike Morgan, who's really worried. Even the guests at a local Halloween party start to look like suspects. Maybe the guy dressed up as Jay-Z is out to get her. Or one of the Kardashian sisters.
But how dangerous can it be to leave the party just long enough to retrieve her brother's coveted Fender guitar from Tootsie's empty house? Harley will return safe and sound, right?
Virginia Brown is the author of more than 50 novels in romance, mystery, and mainstream fiction. In addition to the Blue Suede Memphis mysteries, she writes the bestselling Dixie Divas mysteries.

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This is a great book written by Virginia Brown and narrated by Karen Commins and Drew Commins. Harley Jean Davidson is a tour gude with Memphis Tour Tyme. When her friend Tootsie asks her to help Jordan Cleveland and fellow drag queen she can’t resist the mystery. She is determined to find out what is going on before it’s too late.

The narrators Karen Commins and Drew Commins did a great job with this book, and it was very easy to listen to. They did a great job with the different voices of each character in this book. It was very easy to listen to in one sitting and I didn’t want to stop listening until the end.

If you are looking for a great book with great characters then you need to listen to this book. I am looking forward to listening to the next book by this author and narrators.

A Review copy was provided to me in exchange for a fair and honest review. The free book held no determination on my personal review.

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- Laura Collins

Money Laundering and Murder Memphis Style

This is a light fun southern styled cozy. The heroine is Harley a Memphis tour guide who has a penchant for stumbling onto murders and who is the black death for computers.

I mean Harley just has to look at a computer for it to crash and burn. And then she is like a fly to sugar if there is a dead body around. Oh she tries to be good and not get involved to the constraint of her family, her friends and her cop boyfriend however she is a person who trouble finds.

This was a lighthearted enjoyable cozy with humor.

I didn't like the voice of her boyfriend. I thought the voice was a bit harsh and not in flavor with the slow at ease southern style. But that's my preference. I just would preferred a different sounding voice. All the other characters have a nice melodious southern lilt.


All in all the book was fun and enjoyable.



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- Mary

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-20-2014
  • Publisher: Bell Bridge Books