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Finding Lizzy Smith

The Kate Nash Mysteries, Book 1
Narrated by: Quinn Wyatt
Series: The Kate Nash Mysteries , Book 1
Length: 5 hrs and 58 mins
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Kate Nash, a St. Louis detective turned private investigator, becomes the central figure in a multiple-homicide case - one of the victims was her husband. Now her friend and old college roommate, Lizzy Smith, is missing and presumed kidnapped. 

As the mystery unfolds, Kate realizes whoever is behind the killings is out to destroy her and everyone close to her. Will they succeed?

©2017 Susan Keene (P)2018 Susan Keene

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The action in this Kate Nash mystery never stops to catch it’s breath

That’s the way I like it. I enjoyed Kate, her partner Amy and good friend Ryan. Susan’s writing kept me in the middle of the action. I held my breath with each threat to my friends’ lives and I don’t think I calmed down until the stunning resolution. An entertaining read.

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What an Ending!

this book has everything you want in it. Mystery, suspense, action, adventure and a hint of romance. Kate Nash and her business partner Amy are bound and determined to solve the case of the disappearance of Kate's friend Lizzie Smith. However, you'll never guess the ending. it kept me listening every time I got a chance. Very good book; awesome job to the author! I can't wait to listen to book 2.

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Narrator took away from the story

The story was engaging, but not anything special. The narrator was awful. Her voice never showed emotion, everything sounded the same - anger, fear, excitement all sounded the same. Her Canadian showed a lot, and wasn’t believable for a St Louis native.

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Enjoyable!

I thoroughly enjoyed this story! The characters were well-written and believable, and I spent a lot of time trying to figure out who the murderer was as Kate and her friends pieced the clues together. Loved the surprise ending!

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  • Stewart Webb
  • 08-04-18

So Bad Its Good? No.. it is Bad!

This is a USA co called cosy crime book. I say so called because if they are all like this we are in trouble! The plot is to say the least pallid. You will not only need to suspend belief, but forget it completely.

The body count is very high, and no character seems to mourn, or indeed care a close friend is dead, just who is next.. The narration is terrible, flat and uninteresting.

Yet, there is a long series of these audio books, so mayby I am missing something? No. Try this at your peril, but at least with Audible you can send it back!