Finding Frankie

The Tuper Mystery Series, Book 2
Narrated by: John Bell
Series: Tuper Mystery, Book 2
Length: 6 hrs and 46 mins
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A hit-and-run driver leaves Tuper’s best friend for dead. But why? And how did Squirrely, a homeless man, acquire a duffle bag stuffed with thousands in cash, a pistol, and a 25-year-old newspaper? 

As Squirrely lies in a coma, Tuper’s techie sidekick Lana uncovers 50-year-old secrets about his connection to the death of a high school classmate. The cold case pops to the front burner when a second classmate dies in the same manner.

A senator, his barren wife, and a long-ago illegal adoption heat up the complications. As Tuper and Lana dig deeper, lies, fraud, and blackmail bubble to the surface. When they get too close, the killer panics and tries to take them out, too.

The case reaches a boiling point, just as Tuper unties a 50-year-old twist, and the cold truth finally puts the fire out.

©2019 Teresa Burrell (P)2020 Teresa Burrell

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Great Second Book in Series by Established Author

Teresa Burrell is an established author and has written two different series. The overlapping characters were so vibrant they required there own series. Tuper Mystery Series is an incredible off shoot from her original advocate series. In this second Tuper novel set in Montana the lead character Tuper is a private detective with a young partner who is a hacker and has a past of her own. The two of them reluctantly work together in search of Frankie. The clues lead them in many directions as the find one mysterious clue after another. This book will grab your attention and your heart.

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  • Placid
  • 03-11-20

Excellent

This book continues the adventures of characters from the main series. They are so real even when they are irritating as all get out. The excitement always keeps you wondering what is going to happen next and never leaves you with the answer until the very end. Love Terresa's writing as well as John's narration.

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  • Julie
  • 02-21-20

Finding a good book is great

I enjoyed this book, mainly because of the great characters. I meet Tuper in Mason's missing book one and really liked him in that book. So was glad to see the author had written another book with him as the main character. I also loved Agony (Lana) but wondered if the narrator got a sore throat because she is a chatter box, great for getting suspects to talk. The mystery was good and I liked the way it unfolded, giving you little clues to keep you guessing and then twisting and going in another direction.
When Tuper homeless friend is knocked over by a car on his way to met him. Tuper realises how little he actually knows about his friend, including his real name. When the police don't seem that interested in looking into the hit and run driver Tuper and his hacker assistant Lana start digging into the only clue they have, a bag Squirrelly left with Tuper with the instructions to only open the bag if something happens to him and the words Squirrelly spoke before passing out 'give it to Alma, Ella or Emma? 'Tuper wasn't sure and so starts a hunt into the past. A past that a newspaper in the bag points to but which article is relevant and when will Squirrelly wake up to point them in the right direction? Before someone else is hit by another hit and run driver? Because Squirrelly and his friends might just be paying for something they did in the past, with there lives.
I liked he narrator, he has quite a gruff voice, just like I imagine Tuper sounds like.
Over all a great book and I hope there is more books in the series to come.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.