Stanley peered up into the shadows above the stage. There was a colorful blaze of fabric amidst the burgundy curtains and canvas backdrops. He moved closer, trying to get a better view from a different angle.
Faye McMullen was murdered in cold blood at Winneshiek Theater, and Mary O'Reilly and Police Chief Bradley Alden have to discover who done it before the murderer gets the chance to get rid of the prime witness...Mary O'Reilly.
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I really enjoy this series and in this one changes in the relationship between them is funny and exciting to see were it goes. Bradley has work cut out for him. I really hope I do not have to wait long for the next one. This one left me wanting more.
I have enjoyed the previous books in this series and I can't figure out why the narrator changed her style. There were long pauses before completing a sentence with "he said" or "she said" It was a very annoying distraction throughout the whole book. If I were a member, I would have returned this book..
Absolutely delightful, entertaining and fun! I laughed out loud throughout the comic relief sections of this fun story! The author addresses one issue common to narcissistic individuals in three different scenarios. I truly enjoyed the effective layering of one common theme. This is the fourth book in the series and I had to read it in one day. The professional narration of the audio version was very well done. I love the immersion feature, where I can switch back and forth from the e-book and the audio book. Off to purchase book five in the series.....
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As usual a solid O'Reilly story from Terri Reid. I hope you have read the first three Mary O'Reilly. If you have not that is ok. After reading the 3 prior books, it gets redundant to give glowing reviews.
No swearing, or overt sexual content, gore, or action. A good clean story.
My first Terri Reid audiobook and not my last. Kind and gently crafted story, well paced and riveting. Murder mystery with a twist narrated by an excellent storyteller.
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