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Crime and Paradise

Wild Crime Series, Book 1
Narrated by: George Johnson
Series: Wild Crime Series, Book 1
Length: 7 hrs and 35 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Meredith has been uprooted to the middle of nowhere with two kids and an abusive husband. After she fantasizes about ways to kill him, he ends up dead. Despite all the evidence pointing to her, Meredith finds an unlikely supporter and friend in the county sheriff. Together, they uncover some ugly truths about her husband and this small, isolated town. Can Meredith make this place a new home for her family, or will the real secret behind her husband's death send her away for good?

A suspenseful mystery, and a little bit of romance.

©2017 Julie Howard (P)2019 Julie Howard

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Cime and Paradise

This was a light summer read of a crime novel. The narrator did a good job with the different characters. This was a story with a little bit of romance to go along with your intrigue and crime story. I wanted to hug Meredith a few times. Her kids were adorable.

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Perfect Summer Read

I've been wanting to read this book but haven't had time to sit down with a paper copy so I was pleased to learn there was an audio version. It was the perfect book to listen to while I worked on projects around the house. With a smidge of romance and a some intrigue, this book has become my favorite summer story this year. Since the book is told from the perspective of a female protagonist, I thought the male narrator would throw me off but found George Johnson's smooth narration captured the cadence of the writing.