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Twelve of your favorite best-selling authors have come together to be part of a project called Code Redhead: A Serial Novel.

Each writer has their own interpretation of the title Code Redhead. There's a story to satisfy and entertain most every listener here.

The full list of authors includes: Carol Ann Kauffman, J. R. Wirth, Ella Medler, Laura Strickland, ND Jones, Kim Knight, and Sibelle Stone.

©2017 Sharon Kleve (P)2017 Books To Go Now

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An outstanding collection of stories with memorable characters and engaging story lines. Each author has put their personal stamp on their story and each one left a definite impression. I especially enjoyed this book because it had stories by authors I have come to know and enjoy, namely, Sharon Kleve, Jennifer Conner, Chris Karlsen and Angela Ford. It was also good to be introduced to authors I hadn't read in the past. I can honestly recommend this collection and am impressed that it has been published for such a good cause. I really wanted to enjoy the narrator, however with so many mispronunciations, no female voices and failed attempts at accents it was difficult to enjoy him. I did persist though since the stories were so good. All I can say is that he did have a pleasant voice and did an okay job and that this is just my personal opinion.

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