A Puzzle to Be Named Later

Narrated by: Nan McNamara
Length: 6 hrs and 36 mins
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The Puzzle Lady returns in the 18th installment of the popular mystery series.

Cora couldn't have been happier: Matt Greystone was coming to town! The rookie sensation had just signed a huge contract with the Yankees, coming to the team from Arizona, where he won 17 games as a starting pitcher for the Diamondbacks.

But an arm injury requiring rehab had sidelined his meteoric rise, and this was her chance to meet him! A diehard Yankee fan, Cora was delighted when Matt invited her to a weekend pool party. On the plus side, she got to meet Derek Jeter. On the minus side, she had a puzzle of her own to solve when a couple of the guests got killed.

©2017 Parnell Hall (P)2017 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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My husband has been reading the Puzzle Lady series for years, but this is the first one in audio format. It is funny and witty. I wish they were all available in audio format. I have a hard time reading books because I had shingles I one of my eyes twenty years ago. Therefore, my eyes tire easily by getting blurry. Please encourage those who produce audio books to do all of this series. It is that enjoyable.

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Bland narration

I have read and enjoyed the Puzzle Lady books. They had a snarky dialogue and while not a great plot, I enjoyed Cora and the development of her family enough to continue the series. While the narrator was a competent enough reader, she lacked depth. It is hard to distinguish one character from another in the narration and the snarky dialogue I so enjoyed is just flat. I could not recommend the narration of this book.