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EMOJI

The Harry Starke Novels, Book 11
Narrated by: Tom Lennon
Series: The Harry Starke Novels, Book 11
Length: 7 hrs and 34 mins
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Maggie Hart, a student at UTC, was abducted on Labor Day. Her body was found five days later on the RiverPark. She'd been strangled. She wasn't the first, nor would she be the last. Harry Starke, recovering from a near-death experience, is dragged reluctantly into an investigation that quickly turns into a cat and mouse game between Harry and a very clever killer, Harry being the mouse. Emoji is an action-packed, lightning-paced story, with an explosive finale you'll not see coming.

©2017 Blair Howard (P)2017 Blair Howard

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Another Great Harry Starke Adventure

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I have read all the previous Harry Starke books. This is as good as the best of them. Can't think of any in the series that disappointed. Keep them coming Mr. Howard.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Harry. This is a guy you wish you knew for real.

Have you listened to any of Tom Lennon’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I have only listened to him in the Harry Starke Characters. Be hard to imagine him as anyone else, or visa versa for that matter. He is Harry. Great casting.

Any additional comments?

Every Harry Starke book has a unique plot. No two even remotely alike, yet all take advantage of what the listener knows from previous episodes. You can enjoy no matter what order you read/listen to them in, but I certainly recommend starting with #1 and just working your way through.

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