But before she can return, Tikima is murdered. When a journal dating to 1919 is found in Tikima's home, detailing a 90-year-old crime that foreshadows Tikima's death, Sam must delve into the area's rich history to uncover the murderous truth.
©2008 Mark de Castrique; (P)2008 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
"A wealth of historical detail, an exciting treasure hunt and credible characters distinguish this fresh, adventurous read." (Publishers Weekly)
Totally addicted! It's possible I might need Audible rehab.
I don't think the Narration is the issue, it was pretty good. The pace of the story was slow for me.
Good Story Line
I can't pick out just one. I appreciate good humor in a story, and this definitely has a lot of good lines that made me laugh.
Once again, hard to choose, I liked Sam, both the Robertson sisters, and Nathan but most of the other characters too.
I laughed a lot!
I have listened to this book many times, and would do so again. Excellent use of humor, good story line, and a lot of real historical facts.
The story line is a little far fetched but I truly enjoyed the book. My only complaint was the narration. I almost was unable to listen to the book because of it!
This was a very weak audio book. The story line was well researched, but far fetched. The worst part of the book was the narration. It was so bad that I was sure that the publisher had used a "nobody" to read it. I was shocked to find out that the narrator is considered one of the best. If that is the case, he didn't bring his A game to this project.
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