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It's St. Patrick's Day, and Aggie, Betty, and Roger are celebrating at an Irish pub in Palm Springs when Betty's leprechaun love interest drops dead. 

Could it be murder? 

Join Aggie and friends as they embark on a celebration they won't soon forget.

©2018 I'm Hearing Stories (P)2018 I'm Hearing Stories

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Romance, mystery, and humor 💋

Want a fun short St. Patrick’s Day listen? This book is it! It takes place in a bar where two of the patrons are on a date. The unique clientele that also inhabit the bar make it fun and interesting. This listen is complete with green drinks, romance, murder mystery, and a awesome narrator. What more could you ask for? I was given a free copy of this book at my request and have voluntary decided to leave this review.

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  • Jason
  • Sacramento, CA
  • 07-07-18

Very nice introduction to the characters

Going into this story, I was unfamiliar with any of the characters. This is book 13, and I worried I may not be able to follow. I was pleasantly surprised. Not only did the author manage to tell a nice little murder mystery/case, but in a really short story, she also managed to introduce the main characters and fill in some of the motivations and character traits. Very nicely done.
The story had humor and a little romance. It had a back story about a heist of stolen goods and it had a murder. Very nice little package.

The narration was done quite well. Jax Russell was able to do the needed accents and give life to the characters.

I requested a free review copy of this audiobook and I am leaving a voluntary and honest review.

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Good!

Light, short story with great narration. I can't wait to check out more in this series!


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

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Cute little story

I received this audiobook free for an honest review. I thought it was a cute short story. Only 1/2 hour listen. Nice short story for a break between long stories. I haven't listened to any of the others in this series but that didn't deter from understanding this story. I didn't care for the discussion of bodily functions of a woman. It didn't have any impact on the story nor did it improve it which is why I don't understand why it was there. The narrator did the Irish accent well. Overall, it was a nice diversion.

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lovely short bundle

this story have all in it and I loved it it was a really nice and well written short story the narrator did a good job understory was enjoyable
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End of the Rainbow was a Fun Listen

I really enjoyed listening to End of the Rainbow. There were many cute moments in this story. It was funny when Aggie was called a sturdily built brick chicken house. The dialogue is great as well as the setting and I love the characters. This was a fun listen and I only wish it were longer however I would like to hear more Aggie Underhill stories.

A fun audiobook written by Michelle Ann Hollstein and wonderfully narrated by Jax Russell who is a great voice actor.

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Fun Cozy Mystery!

This is the 13th book in the Aggie Underhill Mystery series but it stands alone. It's St Paddy's Day and Aggie, Betty, and Roger go to an Irish pub to celebrate. Betty has eyes for a man at the bar and sends her phone number over to him via Aggie. Aggie accidentally gives her number to the wrong man - who suddenly drops dead! Is this death suspicious? Aggie is on the case! This is the first book of this series I have listened to and now I want to read the rest of the series. Fun cozy short story with quirky characters. I was gifted a copy of the audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

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Caution: Addictive

I love short stories. Especially ones in bars on St. Patrick’s Day with green drinks, unusual clientele, murder and robbery. I’d better stop before I give everything away.

“End of the Rainbow: An Aggie Underhill St. Patrick's Day Short Story; An Aggie Underhill Mystery, Book 13” is utter enjoyment. This is my first Aggie story (no, you don’t have to read them in order) and it won’t be my last. Despite her unusual array of friends and conditions I could learn to love Aggie. It’s only fault is that it’s too short. And Jax Russell does a superb job of telling the tale. Five’s all around!

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

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Great Quick Read

End of the Rainbow, An Aggie Underhill St. Patrick's Day Short Story (A quirky, comical adventure) (An Aggie Underhill Mystery Book 13) by Michelle Ann Hollstein was a good quick read. Aggie and her friends are celebrating St. Patrick's Day at an Irish Pub, only their day doesn't go as they planned.

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Not your average St. Patrick's Day

This is my second Aggie Underhill mystery. I love quick little listens as I often choose books that are eight hours or more. I am always in awe of authors who can pack a mystery into a short story. Michelle Ann Hollstein does a great job with the story, but the narration was hit-and-miss with me.

The narrator is American, which is fine. Jax Russell is very competent. Except Aggie, Roger, and Betty are all British. And there is an Irishman with a thick brogue as well. Yeah…Jax tried, he surely did, but it didn’t work for me. I almost thought it would have been better if he hadn’t tried an accent at all. Interestingly, I called out the narrator in the last book because he was British and the story takes place in Southern California. This one does as well, so I guess it’s a crapshoot. There are some authors who can narrate American and do good accents but securing them can be difficult.

Narration aside, this was more of a character study than an actual mystery. Betty is Aggie’s oldest friend and Roger is her cousin. The man is…well, what you would envision an upper crust uppity British gentleman to be. Well, I use gentleman loosely. Anyone who repeatedly insults the bartender at an Irish pub needs to have his head examined. Bartenders take their jobs seriously, especially during celebrations, and Roger’s fussing doesn’t go unobserved. Later, when he humiliates Aggie, I wanted to throttle him. He didn’t endear himself to me in the last book and his annoying streak is continuing.

Roger is a nice contrast for John, Aggie’s American cop suitor. He is working tonight, but when a man drops dead at Aggie’s feet, John shows up at the scene.

The dénouement was a little convoluted, but, as I said, I was more interested in the characters. I love that Aggie is a widow who is finally stepping out of her comfort zone in SoCal and I’m hopeful her relationship with John will grow in the next book.

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  • Simon
  • 06-30-18

Good short story

This is the first book I've listened to by the author, which shows it can be listened to on its own. The story is a nice short one abiut two women and a man who are at a bar when someone dies and one of the women has a boyfriend who is a cop and comes to investigate