In Fox Tracks, New York Times best-selling author Rita Mae Brown delivers another exciting episode in her popular foxhunting series. When Master of the Jefferson Hunt ''Sister'' Jane Arnold is confronted with two ominously similar deaths, she begins to suspect that the killings are linked - and part of a much larger plot. Voicing her opinion soon puts Jane's life in danger. Fortunately, she can turn to her four-legged friends - including horses Keepsake and Lafayette, and even the fox Aunt Netty - for help.
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The narration. I enjoyed these rather simplistic books when they had decent narrators. This author should NOT read her own books.
No more foxhunting mysteries, if Rita Mae Brown reads them.
Everything. Timing was so bad, pauses where there shouldn't have been pauses.
Never got to character development
Totally a waste of money and time.
Rita Mae does another wonderful job reading her Sister Jane books. Although I have all of her books in print, I only buy the Sister books in audio. This is because Rita Mae reads them herself. I sit back and luxure in the sound of home and enjoy the fact that no mispronounciations jar my ear. Also her emphasis of some phrases adds to my understanding of what attitude she is conveying. It is a lot of fun reading a book that takes place in an area you grew up in, wherever it may be.
I would think that reading one's own book would be a slam dunk, but Ms. Brown sounds like she has never read a book out loud before and she needs a LOT more practice before she does it again. I gave up on the book 30 minutes into it.
Oh yes, just love this series by Rita May Brown Love the backdrop of fox hunting, love the way the animals have a voice......
More than one, it's the animals, as they have voices, too.
Yes, she is good, better than most
The end, as it was unexpected, her plots have so many twists!
Can't wait for another in this series~keep them coming!
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