She's named after a motorcycle. Her dad's an Elvis impersonator. Her mom talks to spirit guides....
Someone's kidnapped the family dog - named King, in Elvis' honor. There's a ransom note....
And then things really get weird.
Memphis tour guide Harley Jean Davidson is about to enjoy a rare day off when her parents call with news that King, their border collie, has been dognapped. Harley Jean's mom insists the culprit is Bruno Jett, their next door neighbor. Harley Jean would rather run over her own foot with a motorcycle than talk to him. He's drop-dead gorgeous - with a dangerous attitude she'd like to avoid.
But King has to be rescued, so she sets off to find him. Harley Jean gets more than she bargains for when she finds a body, as well. Bruno Jett is definitely involved, but how?
The Memphis P.D. wants to pin the murder on Harley Jean's dad. Now it's up to her to clear his name...and avoid becoming the killer's next victim.
Virginia Brown is the author of more than 50 novels, including the bestselling Dixie Diva mystery series.
©2012 Virginia Brown (P)2012 Bell Bridge Books
The story was entertaining, however I had to force myself to finish because of the narrator's whiney rendition of the main character. The constant what I can only describe as "whining" voice made me want to turn it off. I listen to books to relax if I want to hear whining I'll listen to my kids (Jk) seriously, it made me think of the character as a 13 year old teenager!
I like the author's humor and found myself laughing out loud
I like Karen Cummins who narrates the other series by this author, maybe it was the producer but really a character this age whining to the other characters was just annoying and took away from the story
I had to take breaks from the narrator
I like this author and narrator but think that the voice should be age appropriate and fortunately I don't see this type of whining appropriate for the age of the character.
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