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What a delightful find! The characters are devine, the setting exotic and the mystery obscure! Join KC Gordon on a trip to Australia's heartland on a famous train and learn a little about this wonderful country in the process! I'm happy that Audible has both her other KC Gordon books ("Who Killed Angelique" and "Who Killed Camilla") and they will be my next 'listens'.
Ms. Darcy seems to have made a successful transition from romance writer, even though KC Gordon (the protagonist) is one. I personally could have done without the short and not particularly graphic sex scenes, but they do further character development. There is also very minimal use of the 'f' and other 'cuss' words (again, appropriately used and not liberally sprinkled for effect) so you might not want to listen when small children are present.
These are minor drawbacks to an excellent mystery and the narrator is very good. You'll hate Bianca, and have a wonderful time discovering who killed her. Enjoy!
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
I enjoyed this fun mystery with interesting although decidedly unreal characters. These are not people you'd expect to run into at your local Piggly Wiggly (and be grateful for that!). The romance writer turned mystery writer is a delightful addition to the detective genre and this type of mystery is not written well at all anymore. Glad to see there are other novels available.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
Would you consider the audio edition of Who Killed Bianca? to be better than the print version?
Have not read the print version
What did you like best about this story?
very good descriptions of people and places. Makes you want to do the same trip. Ms Daniel does a superb job with the narration of all the different characters. Don't you just hate Bianca?
Which scene did you most enjoy?
The train trip
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
yes ~ but it would give the plot away
Any additional comments?
More like this please
I found it difficult to emphasise with any of the characters including the 'heroine' KC. The sex descriptions were unecessary and the end was wrapped up unsatisfactorily.