In number-one New York Times best-selling author Charlaine Harris’s "Dahlia Underground,” venerable vampire Dahlia Lynley-Chivers survives an attack by an anti-vampire terrorist group, only to show them they tried to blow up the wrong bloodsucker. Bailey Ruth Raeburn, a ghost assigned to assist humans in trouble, steps into the middle of a marital dispute with surprising twists in Carolyn Hart’s “Riding High”. A grandmother has the gift - or the curse - of seeing soon-to-be-dead people in her bedroom doorway in Elaine Viets’s “The Bedroom Door”.
With 17 more fascinating, frightening, and sometimes funny stories that explore mysteries that transcend the limits of reality, Crimes by Moonlight is your portal to the dark side and all its wonders.
©2011 Charlaine Harris (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
“A very fine [collection]... Fabulous... Crisp... Funny.” (Women of Mystery)
I thought I'd like at least 50% since I've listened to several anthologies Charlaine Harris (author/editor) has done. I enjoyed each of them. Even though I didn't know a majority of these authors. I was very pleasantly surprised. The stories were true mysteries, with the paranormal twist. I got this on sale and I didn't use a credit, but for what I paid I got lots of hours of listening enjoyment. Thanks Charlaine for pulling off another great anthology.
Although some stories were better than others, this was a great audio book. I like that they alternated narrators to fit the stories.
I had a hard time finishing any of the stories Cummings read. After a while he just sounds nasally and loud and whiny. It's too bad, the stories and the other reader are excellent.
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