Maxie McNabb and her miniature dachshund, Stretch, are just back from their latest adventure when a murder shatters the quiet in their hometown of Homer, Alaska. Now it's up to Maxie to find the killer - a search that leads her to a place called "the end of the road".More
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Another enjoyable installment
Initially, I was under the assumption that this is the last book in the series because of the title. At this point in time (June, 2017) - it IS the last book, but I'm hoping there will be more. Some of the other reviewers commented negatively about the narrator. My opinion is that she did a fine job. A person who is not familiar with the pronunciation of Alaska's locations would not notice the things that annoyed these folks. As to the story, I enjoyed it almost as much as the other stories in the series (I listened to all of them), but one thing bothered me a bit (causing me to delete one star). Ms. Henry tends to repeat information unnecessarily. How many times do I need to know what they ate for dinner? OK, describe a dinner party, who was there, what she served, etc., but I didn't need to hear it again when Maxie told the story to the police officer!
My summary is that I enjoyed the book and hope there will be more in the series!
good book. poor narration