Centaur of the Crime: Book One of Fantasy and Forensics

  • by Michael Angel
  • Narrated by Katrina Carmony
  • 8 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Dayna Chrissie, the leading Crime Scene Analyst for the LAPD, enjoys nothing more than finding the one clue that can solve a crime. The day she finds a golden medallion on a body that's been dumped at a downtown construction site, she doesn't think much about it. Until that medallion transports her to the magical kingdom of Andeluvia. Dayna discovers that she's been summoned to solve the murder of the realm's king, before war breaks out between Andeluvia and the Centaur Kingdoms.
When the trail of evidence leads from Andeluvia, back to LA, Dayna must bring all of her forensic skill to bear in order to solve the case. The price of failure? A war that will kill millions and devastate both lands. Hope she works best under pressure.

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Customer Reviews

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Great alternative crime story!

Would you listen to Centaur of the Crime again? Why?

This was an interesting and fun crime story. I would like to see more along this same line.


What was one of the most memorable moments of Centaur of the Crime?

The way the author blended actual crime scene techniques with fantasy charicters and events was a fun twist.


What about Katrina Carmony’s performance did you like?

She was very articulate, had good timing and voice inflections.


Any additional comments?

Can't wait to see if the author decides to write more like this one!

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- Douglas

The reader ruins the book

What didn’t you like about Katrina Carmony’s performance?

Carmony comes across as amateurish and unfamiliar with the text. She pauses awkwardly, has a hard time doing accents, and mispronounces words (e.g., "wryly" pronounced as "wirely.") I was not able to finish this book because of how poorly she performed it--it was just too distracting! If you really want to get this book, listen to the sample text for the full duration to get a better feel for whether or not you can stand the style.


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- david

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-16-2012
  • Publisher: Banty Hen Publishing