The Huckleberry Murders : Bo Tully

  • by Patrick McManus
  • Narrated by Tom Stechschulte
  • Series: Bo Tully
  • 5 hrs and 54 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Award-winning humorist Patrick F. McManus delivers a funny and folksy whodunit from his popular Sheriff Bo Tully series. Hoping for a pleasant day of picking huckleberries, Sheriff Tully instead finds himself investigating a triple homicide and the disappearance of a local rancher.


What the Critics Say

“Tully once again proves an unorthodox and effective lawman, while McManus’s storytelling … never flags.” (Publishers Weekly)


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Customer Reviews

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Pleasant background

Not a complicated story. The reader has an easy voice to listen to. There are enough sub plots to keep you engaged and interested but the lines are not so layered it requires all your concentration. Good background for a long road trip
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- Elizabeth

Gret book, Good performance, issues with burning

Would you try another book from Patrick McManus and/or Tom Stechschulte?

Pat McManus is one of my favorite authors. Tom Stechschulte did a good job, although I prefer the narrator for the first Bo Tully mystery, The Blight Way.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Dave the Indian. An indian who's not really an indian, although he's a tracker, great shot, and his tribe (the Dave tribe that consists of a total of 1) keeps trying to put a casino on his reservation (5 acres).

What about Tom Stechschulte’s performance did you like?

Fairly good performance. Not my favorite voice for Bo Tully and his supporting cast, but above average.

Did The Huckleberry Murders inspire you to do anything?

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Any additional comments?

The big problem with this book was that disc 2 did not burn correctly. After emailing this problem with audible support, the book was reset and I tried to burn it again. The second burn had the same issues. The book wanted to cut out and give an error at section 6. Is there a chance it was the cd's? Not since it happened on the same spot on the same cd (Two different brand new cd's were used. They were void of any seen defects). Was it my cd burner? Doubt it. The rest of the book downloaded fine, and I've used it for other books and music. How about my cd player? Every other cd and the first half of the second cd worked fine. The problem is I can't really try more cd's with the "one burn policy."

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-04-2011
  • Publisher: Recorded Books