Bubba and the Zigzaggery Zombies

A Bubba Mystery, Volume 5
Narrated by: Mike Alger
Series: Bubba Mysteries, Book 5
Length: 9 hrs and 9 mins
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It's trouble as usual for Bubba. His mother, Miz Demetrice, and her good friend, Miz Adelia, are up to no good with the DEA watching them for mysterious reasons. In addition, Bubba's also trying to get the beauteous sheriff's deputy, Willodean, alone for some quality time, when zombies invade in a cinematic manner. Further, the director of the movie is apparently murdered by persons unknown, and someone is pointing a finger directly at Bubba (again). Zigzaggery zombies, fetid filmmakers, maternal madness, and cryptic casualties are all par for the course. What's Bubba to do? Bubba and the Zigzaggery Zombies is book five in the Bubba series.

©2012 C.L. Bevill (P)2017 C.L. Bevill
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Fun listen

I've listened to a couple of these Bubba books and have enjoyed all of them so far. This was no exception. These books have some much character. And the narrator really brings them to life. I also enjoyed the musical theme at the beginning and end. All in all, a very fun listen.

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Funny and good mystery

I really enjoy these books. The characters in them make me smile. The dialogue is familiar, yes people do talk like that not as exaggerated. A character will say something that will remind me of an Aunt or cousin. The mysteries are clever, inventive well plotted. I recommend these books if you are feeling blue. They will lift your spirits.