I have to be honest here, I haven't heard that many--I usually read my books but audio is a new and fun experience for me.
Absolutely! As an amateur artist myself, I was intrigued with the theft of a real Monet and where the thief had stashed it. And when the killer was on Deva Dunne's heels I was right there, scared to death with her, every step of the way.
I loved when she narrated the first book in the series, Designed for Death. That's what made me buy this one.
Monets can be murder!
Just that I hope this author writes another Deva Dunne mystery. I love that Deva's an interior decorator and sleuthing murder mysteries aat the same time in the most unlikely places. The books are fun to read--and to listen to!
The story intrigued me, first of all. Loved the idea of an interior designer out solving crime. And the voice of Gayle Hendrix was excellent. She didn't just read, she enacted the book, changing her voice for the various characters, speaking the dialogue as if she were on stage. Thoroughly enjoyable all around.
Oh the ending, by far. The Florida hurricane and apprehending the murderer came together as a perfect storm.
Hmmm, probably the several scenes at the Foxy Lady. I've never been to a kinky bar, so to experience it in writing was great fun.
The devil's in the details, and this devil's out to kill.
Designed for Death is a tongue-in-cheek look at murder, and the audio version brought out both the fun and the fury in this story.
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