The Dangers of Art : The Portman Creamery Mysteries

  • by CS Patra
  • Narrated by Priscilla Finch
  • Series: The Portman Creamery Mysteries
  • 5 hrs and 22 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Meet the ladies of Portman's Creamery. Led by Irene and Chrissie Garcia-Galvan, they run their ice cream shop by day and solve crimes no one else can before the night is over. Join Pippa, Becca, Mary Beth, Stacey, and Winky on their latest case!
Becca is thrilled when her art is featured in a gallery, but that excitement soon turns sour. Someone begins vandalizing all the artwork in the area. In addition to this, she also struggles to get along with her best friend, Cameron. It isn't long before the vandal comes after her artwork. Is there a reason someone is doing all this? Or is there something else that no one can see?


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Customer Reviews

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A Real Frozen Treat of an 'Audible' Mystery

I enjoyed listening to this book on audible; the narrator Priscilla Finch did a wonderful job narrating this book and speaking for both the men and woman characters. Becca and her fellow workmates from the Portman's Creamery are amateur spies who assist the local police force. Becca also creates art, and she was in an art show at the local gallery and had her work destroyed along with other works of art. Becca and her friends set out to find the culprit and keep themselves and Becca's friend Cameron safe from harm.

This was an interesting who dun it; characters were explained well and the story flowed chapter to chapter and keep mine interest throughout. This was my second book in the series I have listened too and will definitely read more as they become available.
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- BlueEyes "Recreation Therapist by day, avid reader by night. Mother of 2, and lover of the outdoors; fishing , hunting , nature walks and snowmobiling"

An Interesting Story

This was an enjoyable listen. The story sucked me in for the beginning and needed to know who the mystery person was. I do wish the narrator differentiated the characters more and the ending wasn't so predictable. Still it was a good story.
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- Sarah Ann

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-11-2016
  • Publisher: CS Patra