The theft of an infamous piece of jewelry gives rise to a serial killer...
Carlotta Wren is happy to be back to work and in the middle of a big publicity event for a celebrity's new line of charm bracelets. When the event goes sideways, Carlotta thinks a humiliating photograph of her is the worst thing to come out of it... until bodies start surfacing with charms in their mouths. To make matters worse, a member of the Wren family is connected to every murder. When clues start pointing to her long-lost father as The Charmed Killer, Carlotta starts to reconsider everything she believes.
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"Nonstop action from the first page." (Fresh Fiction)
"As funny and charming as its predecessors in the Body Movers series, this is a quickly paced, impeccably plotted story that's guaranteed to please." (Romantic Times Book Reviews)
"4 Bodies and a Funeral combines fast paced mystery with spicy romance. It is a captivating tale." (A Romance Review)
fast funny cant stop listening ..... learn to say garage. i found myself laughing out loud.
The narrator is very distracting! There are certain ways she pronounces words like "garage" and "produce" that I found highly annoying. They almost sound like foreign words that I had to replay in order to understand. But the story is good and I'm going to try to over look it.
Stephanie Bond is a wonderful novelist and story teller. Just like her other books, I like humor best of all. The mysteries going on in this book are great too: who did it? where are her parents? is her father innocent and the most important: WHO WILL SHE CHOSE?
Gemma Halliday that does the "in High Hills" series. She is so talented and funny she takes the mediocre story in these books and makes them interesting and FUNNY!
I LOVE her books, but the narrator for these books, Maureen Jones, is just OK. She is kinda "blah" and for a book set in Atalanta, Georgia, the heart of The South, for her to pronounce certain words with a "yankee" accent is just plain blaspheme. The word garage shouldn't sound like "gar-aaa-ge". A Southerner would pronounce it: "gar-ah-ge" or even "gar-aaahhh-ge". Gemma Halliday that narrates the "...in High Hills" series is so talented. She is so talented and funny she takes the mediocre story lines in these books and makes them interesting and FUNNY! I can't read these books because the mediocrity, but they are fun stories to listen too because of the narrator. Stephanie is a much better novelist. Anyway, I think your audio books should have a certain zing to them. IMHO.
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