Special Agent Christie Lovelace: Village of Idiots

  • by Gene Penny
  • Narrated by Rebecca Roberts
  • 5 hrs and 58 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Christie Lovelace is sent to investigate an anonymous tip linking the death of a nameless woman to allegations of corruption in the small town of Danbury, Texas.
In the course of Christie's roller-coaster investigation, she is blindsided by unexpected news from her boyfriend Kieran, financially accosted by a strange motel owner named Otto, and forced to endure the curiously strong smell of feces wafting throughout the sheriff's station.
Special Agent Christie Lovelace: Village of Idiots is oddly befitting of a Monday - a day that starts off on the wrong foot and spirals into the most bizarre mystery of Christie's career.


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I don't even know what to say. This was..........weird. I mean, pooping on someones face and stuffing manure into their mouths is just some of the odd things that happen. Also how can Christie be so stupid when it comes to her ex. I was dumbfounded with some of the things she did like leaving him stay in her house, leaving his new girl stay with him and then answering her phone during her mission!! It just felt like the author added in some of those for laughs, but I didn't find it funny, just dumb.

The plot was weird too. The town of Danbury was made to look like a really backwards town in it's thinking. Some of the people were eye-rollingly dumb that it was equal parts ridiculous as it was kind of funny. I didn't really enjoy the story but I know other people will, so if you like the sound of it then go ahead and read!!

Rebecca Roberts never fails to deliver!! Her voice is pleasant and easy to listen to and she has a massive range of tones and accents and really brings the book to life. I have never failed to rate a book narrated by her anything other than 5 stars!! I will say that the production quality of this wasn't perfect though. Three separate times Rebecca stumbles and repeats herself and it wasn't edited out but that wasn't her fault, just whoever edited it ;)
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- Natalie @ BookLoversLife

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At times it made me laugh out loud , some part scary and some squeezy . But as always I listened to the audiobook until the end. The narrator made this audiobook enjoyable to listen to.

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- Trixie

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-03-2016
  • Publisher: Eugene Penny