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Death of a Double Dipper

Stormy Day Mystery, Book 5
Narrated by: Cheryl May
Length: 9 hrs and 27 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A visit to an open house brings small-town detective Stormy Day into the center of a troubling murder.

The local police aren’t lacking for suspects. The victim, realtor Michael Sweet, was a bully who made countless enemies over his years in Misty Falls.

The problem for Stormy is that the most likely suspects are friends of hers. A couple of them couldn’t look more guilty if they tried. Helping the police to crack this case may break Stormy’s heart.

Worse, if she trusts the wrong person, Stormy’s heart may have bigger problems. Like getting stabbed a whole bunch of times!

©2017 Angela Pepper (P)2019 Angela Pepper

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Great series

I love this series and purchase kindle and audio copies so I can switch back and forth easily. The change in narrators felt off and Finnegan Day no longer having an Irish accent was disappointing. There are long pauses in the narrative and little to no change in the voice for each character. I’m hoping that improves with the next installment.

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Angela Pepper Does it Again!

I have been listening to Angela Pepper's Wisteria Witches series and loving them. So I thought I would try something else of hers with the Stormy Day Mysteries. Pepper is an amazing story teller.

This book is not the first in the series. I felt if I had started from the beginning of the series I would have a deeper sense of the character relationships with each other. They are clear in this book. I think I would of just felt more depth. That is on me not on the authour.

The characters are loveable and fun, which is something I love about Pepper's story telling. Stormy is funny and has a cat named Geoffrey (not sure on the spelling.) She works with the police not for the police, which sometimes gets her into some interesting situations. Stormy reminds me a lot of my mum as well. She loves solving mysteries, and she is not comfortable with kids. The scenes in this book with Stormy and kids are laugh out loud hilarious. I was very curious on the title. Again, when it is revealed I was laughing. There is also a cat in this called Peek-A-Boo. He reminds me of my cat James Bond. He made me laugh very hard even with no words (because he is a cat.)

Cheryl May did an amazing job with the narration. I would try a book just on the fact she was narrating. Her character voices are unique and clear.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Fun Cozy PI Mystery

I really enjoyed this cozy mystery. Angela does a great job with her plots in her mysteries in keeping them both believable and unpredictable. There's nothing worse then figuring out the mystery too early in a book and she does a fantastic job keeping the mystery going, having both colorful and entertaining characters, and keeping her books light by putting in comedy at the right moments. The narration was wonderful and really helped add to the story.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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I love Stormy & her friends!

This is my first book for this series so I am jumping in at book 5, but I didn’t feel like I missed any key details. The author did a great job of telling us how everyone knows one another & explaining past plot lines, and I love that! But it also made me all the more curious to go back and listen to books 1-4 now!
The characters are so well developed, there is so much detail given to ever interaction that I felt very immersed in the story from the first chapter. The narrator does a really great job of bringing them all to life, and I felt like every girl has met a Quinn in her life! The story was one that felt real, and had plenty of red herrings along the way to keep it interesting.
All in all I really found myself immersed and enjoyed this series! I’m going to hop back to book 1 and start from the beginning now! I was given this review copy and have shared my Honest review.

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Fun Listen!

Angela Pepper is a very talented author. Death of a Double Dipper is a very cute cozy mystery. I love how the author does not write predictable or cliché storylines. The Stormy Day series is one of my favorites. I thought that Cheryl May did a great job bringing the characters to life. She gave distinguishable voices to the characters. I requested this review copy audiobook and have voluntarily written this review. I will most definitely listen to more books by this author and narrator.

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Very good mystery

I have been listening to the Wisteria Witches series by Angela Pepper and I love them so I thought I would give this a try.
I did like it although I enjoy a the paranormal thrown in.

All in all this is a good mystery with a surprise thrown in. I will say not having read the other books in the series I was a bit confused by the relationship between Stormy and Logan.

The narration was good.

I was given this review copy and this is my honest review.

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Cute, fun book!

The minute this book started off, it reminded me of a Stephanie Plum novel (my favorite!). The lead character is a little sweet, a tiny bit sassy, and has a love affair with a cat - who can resist? I had a fun time listening to this audiobook and recommend it as light reading, especially during a commute or while making dinner. The narrator was a great match for the material and made the characters come to life.

I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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Death of a Double Dipper
Author: Angela Pepper

This is book 5 in the series and unfortunately I haven't had the pleasure of listening to the first four.

Stormy Day and her wacky friends are up to trying to solve murder along with trying to keep their busy lives on track. There is plenty of humor, action, romance and more. I'll go back and listen to earlier books when I have a bit of time. Hopefully before the next one comes out.


The narration was well done. The characters were well portrayed by Cheryl May.



I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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good story

This was an entertaining story. The narration was ok, flowing well in some areas but not quite right in others. Overall it was a good listen.
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So great to be back with Stormy and her gang......

Death of a Double Dipper is the fifth book in the Stormy Day Mystery series, but the book could be enjoyed as a standalone. I listened to the first four books in the series over two years ago, but I had no difficulty diving right into another one of Stormy's investigations. In this book, against her instincts, Stormy becomes embroiled in another murder investigation, one in which all of the suspects are good friends. The victim is one of Stormy's former classmates, and his bullying ways and general nastiness make for a wealth of viable suspects that Stormy must eliminate. Not only did Pepper completely surprise me when she revealed the identity of the murderer and the reason for the victim's death, I think she pretty much surprised Stormy with the outcome as well. I could feel Stormy's internal struggle as she questioned whether one of her longtime friends could be a murderer, and the inevitable fallout from investigating her friends inspired great empathy in me for her. If you love a good whodunit mystery, a feisty and determined female sleuth, and the setting of a charming small town, the entire Stormy Day Mystery series is the perfect choice, and each book just keeps getting better.

Cheryl May's narration is fantastic. The first four books featured another narrator, so I wasn't sure if I would like the transition to a new voice. However, I think that I enjoyed May's narration of Stormy even more. She has a slightly raspy voice that is the ideal match to Stormy's tough yet caring personality. May's delivery is smooth, and her tone and emphasis are perfect for the cozy nature of the story.

I received a copy of this audiobook at my request in exchange for this honest review.