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Crazy Days in Big Lake

Book 3
Narrated by: Bruce Miles
Series: Big Lake, Book 3
Length: 6 hrs and 18 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (33 ratings)

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Everybody seems to have gone crazy in the little mountain community of Big Lake, Arizona. Neighbors are threatening violence, eco-protestors are on the march, flower children are camping in the nearby forest, two of Sheriff Jim Weber's deputies have gotten into a fistfight in the ButterCup Café, the grocery store manager has locked himself in his office and won't come out, bears are chasing dogs into houses, and somebody has stolen the town's mascot. As if that isn't enough to deal with, a mild mannered retired couple have shot an intruder during a home invasion. By the time this wild tale is finished, more blood will be shed and the good people of Big Lake will be left wondering just how well they really know their neighbors. Many of the characters that made the first two books in the Big Lake book such a hit are back, along with some new ones listeners will remember for a long time.

©2012 Nick Russell (P)2013 Nick Russell

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The best of the series. I've enjoyed most of them. They can be listened to in any order

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Big Lake rocks!

Mysteries are a favorite of mine and this one entertained me and got me thinking about the 'who done it. Great read.