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Publisher's Summary

Note from the author: This is book nine in the award-winning LeGarde Mystery series, but it can easily be heard as a standalone, and all of the books can be heard in any order.
What do you do when your past comes back to kill you?
After escaping her abusive husband, life is finally good for Camille LeGarde and her daughter, Shelby. She has a great relationship with her new husband, Gus, who also loves Shelby like his own child. But the LeGarde family's fragile oasis is shattered when the man of Camille's nightmares is released from prison.
Greg Robinson never wanted to be a father. But he's playing the biological card for all it's worth to get close to Shelby, so he can realize his true goal - revenge against Gus LeGarde, the man who "stole" his wife and daughter.
Lured by the promise of connecting with her real dad, Shelby vanishes, sending Gus and Camille on a desperate race through the worst ice storm of the century to find her before Robinson can act on his chilling threat....
"If I can't have them, neither can you."

The author's alternate suggested listening order for the LeGarde Mysteries series:

1. Double Forté
2. Upstaged
3. Mazurka
4. FireSong
5. Tremolo
6. Don't Let the Wind Catch You
7. The Liar's Gallery
8. Spirit Me Away
9. Under the Ice
10. Lady Blues
11. Voodoo Summer

©2015 Aaron Paul Lazar (P)2015 Aaron Paul Lazar
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3 out of 5 stars
By Davidt100 on 03-09-16

A Decent Story, Feels like a Soap Opera

I started listening to this book because it was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBlast dot com.

I did not realize that it was the ninth book in a very long series. At first I thought the author had left out a lot detail, for instance a one line mention that the daughter had been in a comma most of her life. I realized that I had jumped into the middle of a soap opera and the character development had been going on through the previous eight books.

That being said, I am reviewing this from the position of this book as a standalone and not one of a series. I liked the book in that the story was relatively complete once you got to the end. Overall the story was interesting and it kept me listening to it each day until complete. I thought the author spent too much time on the relationships in the book, especially Gus's grandchildren. It was like sitting and watching someone play with their grandchildren and not being able to walk away after the initial cuteness wore off quickly. That combined with the sappy voice of the narrator was a little too much at times.

The narrator's female voices were just plain annoying to me. His voice was either too high or too deep for a regular woman, and it felt like he was trying too hard to make the women dramatic, much more than the men.

Overall the story is decent, the characters are interesting, but there is too much time spent on daily interactions that no one cares about, except if your into soap operas. The narrator adds to that distraction and adds too much drama to the book in his voice.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Lisarami on 02-16-16

Good Story

Would you listen to Under The Ice: A Gus LeGarde Mystery again? Why?

No. This was a good story that was well written and well performed; it just wasn't for me.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

No

Which character – as performed by Lou Hecker – was your favorite?

The German

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

When Shelby realizes that her parents did indeed know what was best for her.

Any additional comments?

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5 out of 5 stars
By Tony Bough on 01-24-16

A brilliant book

If you could sum up Under The Ice: A Gus LeGarde Mystery in three words, what would they be?

Suspense, rebellion and revenge.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Under The Ice: A Gus LeGarde Mystery?

The themes all build from flu to Shelbys problems, an ex husband coming out of prison and a storm of ice which will test everyone's chance of survival. It's brilliantly written and build throughout to an exciting conclusion.

Which scene did you most enjoy?

You can't answer this question without spoiling the book. However let's keep it simple. The characters are great. The suspense and pace of the book is excellent and it builds well to a very good ending.

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It's an amazing story around a great family. Well written characters that you really engage with and like and you go through the book wanting them to survive.

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