• Dying Voices

  • Carl Burns, Book 2
  • By: Bill Crider
  • Narrated by: James Foster
  • Length: 5 hrs and 22 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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Dying Voices

By: Bill Crider
Narrated by: James Foster
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Pecan City, Texas, is a quiet, uneventful town. Hartley Gorman is a sedate, fundamentalist college (although a dean was murdered there once - in Bill Crider's One Dead Dean). English professor Carl Burns is about to begin yet another year in such a place, with only the eccentricities of his fellow teachers to entertain him.

Even Burns, perpetual worrier that he is, envisions the worst of his problems to be the pigeons that have roosted in the attic above his office and the uninspired students that have enrolled for his classes.

But what Burns hasn't counted on is the Edward Street Seminar, a conference that Burns has been assigned to run, which honors one Edward Street, former HGC professor and, lately, Hollywood celebrity. When Street comes back to Hartley Gorman and proceeds to offend everyone in town, and then turns up dead in his motel room, there is no shortage of suspects and Burns really begins to worry!

©1989 Bill Crider (P)2014 David N. Wilson

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Good Narration

Carl is beginning another year at the college teaching. Hanging over his head was a seminar featuring an alumni who became famous.
The new president though it would raise money and put Carl in charge.
Carl soon found Edward was the same arrogant person and he was dead right. Someone murdered him and Carl was the one who found him.
A lay back those of guy, small town, and now Murder. I liked Carl and the authors way of writing, and have read others of his writing.
The narration was good, given audio for my voluntary review
and my honest opinion