A Fatal Glass of Beer

Narrated by: Jim Meskimen
Series: The Toby Peters Mysteries, Book 20
Length: 7 hrs and 54 mins
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W. C. Fields hires private eye Toby Peters to nab the culprit who is robbing him one bank account at a time, but while on the thief's trail, the two find out there is another bad guy who does not want the money, but rather wants both of them dead.

©1997 Stuart M. Kaminsky (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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Great book! Had to pull over I was laughing so hard.

Very well written and funny. The narrator does a great WC Fields. Its a great mystery also.

#Funny #Suspenseful #Clever #Underdog #Celebrity #tagsgiving #sweepstakes

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The writer & narrator nail WC Fields

The narrator's inflection and phrasing are perfect. The author's grasp of Field's elocution is spot-on...the plot's pretty good, too -- a entertaining combination of road story and noir.

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A Nose Knows

My favorite of all the Toby Peters entries. I am a big W C Fields fans and truly enjoy the Toby stories. Narration was excellent considering Fields is probably the most often impersonated and badly done by most. Storyline moves along and the annoying, whining Sheldon is left at the station. A road trip across the States and revisits to Philadelphia the birth- city of Fields and myself make for a nice romp.
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