When the owner of the Bully Pulpit Diner decided to stop letting servers accept tips, he figured the raise he gave them would keep them happy.
Apparently not. Or were some of his other hobbies what got poor Ben Addison killed?
Police Chief Elizabeth Friedman contends with angry food servers, rowdy frat brothers at Sweathog Agricultural College, a batch of customers who seem to know nothing, and a thief who must have really wanted something from Ben.
One of them keeps a good secret in the small town of Logland, Illinois.
Join Elizabeth, Medical Examiner Skelly, and an offbeat group of characters who will tackle a murder and tickle your funny bone.
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Story itself was alright, just another who-done-it mystery story. But skip this audiobook, since the narration is pretty bad. If you must, read it in Kindle instead.
There's no emotion in the narration at all. Kevin Iggens narrated the story like reading the book line by line, without any interest. No matter what the character was feeling, the narration tone was the same.
All characters had the same sound. No distinction whatsoever.
There aren't proper pauses between sentences or even when the dialogue's speaker changes. It gets very confusing because of that.
All in all, this might be the worst narration I've ever heard. I couldn't bear it more than a couple hours.
I received this audiobook for free from the author / narrator / publisher in exchange for an unbiased review.
- Bikram Agarwal