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Dead Slow Ahead Audiobook
Dead Slow Ahead
Written by: 
Stella Whitelaw
Narrated by: 
Julia Barrie
Dead Slow Ahead Audiobook

Dead Slow Ahead

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Cruise Entertainments Director Casey Jones is back on board the Countess Georgina for the Mediterranean cruise. She has a new deputy - the charming Lee Williams - and a fresh troupe of entertainers, dancers, singers and lecturers to entertain the guests.

However, things on-board don't always run smoothly and with a bizarrely named singer called Judie Garllund, a disgruntled guest reporting a missing Chanel gown, and items going missing from the ship's boutique, Casey senses this cruise is not going to be all calm. When events then turn nasty and Casey's own life is threatened, there seem to be very few people she can rely on - apart from the gorgeous Dr Sam Mallory, of course...

©2008 Stella Whitelaw; (P)2009 Soundings

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    John S. Seattle, WA United States 05-26-13
    John S. Seattle, WA United States 05-26-13 Member Since 2016
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    Read "Second Sitting" first, especially for the history between Casey and Dr. Sam Mallory. It would be fair to describe this series as a chick lit - cozy hybrid, although it's nowhere Harlequin (Mills & Boon) territory. I find the stories interesting for the cruise ship background, as well as the descriptions of the ports of call. Narration is good.

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