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Honor Kills

Angelina Bonaparte Mysteries, Volume 3
Narrated by: Kieren Calland Metts
Length: 7 hrs and 35 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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A missing husband. A suspicious obituary. She’s not the only one hunting down a dead man’s footsteps.

As a divorcee, Angelina Bonaparte knows firsthand the lengths some men will go to escape responsibility. When a worried mother wants the private investigator to track down her missing husband, she’s eager to bring the deadbeat dad to justice. But even after she discovers the man’s obituary, she refuses to believe it until she sees the body. Tracking down the nurse who last saw him alive could be the missing puzzle piece to her client's broken family. 

But as she digs deeper, she realizes there’s something darker at play than dodging child-support payments. And she may not be the only one hunting the man down. To close the case and reunite her client's family, she must track down the missing husband without falling prey to the same ruthless hunter. 

Honor Kills is the third audiobook in the captivating Angelina Bonaparte Mysteries series. If you like bold female detectives, edge-of-your-seat suspense, and unexpected twists, then you’ll love Nanci Rathbun’s gripping novel.

Buy Honor Kills to track down a fast-paced missing persons mystery today!

©2018 Nancianne Rathbun (P)2018 Nancianne Rathbun

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Great mystery!

We love Angelina Bonaparte;a smart, spunky detective always willing to help those in need.

Kieren Calland Metts did a great job capturing the essence of the characters.

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

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  • Suzan
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  • 12-08-18

Book 3

I loved this book. This is book 3 in the Angie Bo-nah-par-tay series. I love these books. Nanci Rathbun does a wonder job of narrating this series. Angelina is a wonderful character and I can't wait to read book 4 in the series when it comes out.

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Family ties...

Once again, Nanci Rathbun has given us a solid mystery. What starts out as trying to track down a missing person turns into so much more! More characters are introduced into Angelina’s circle and I hope to see further developments of these relationships in future books.

I’m happy that Kieran Calland Metts has returned to narrate... I can’t imagine anyone else voicing Angelina Bonaparte.

I’ll be anxiously awaiting the next book in the series!

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

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DON’T MISS IT!

HONOR KILLS is the third book in the Angelina Bonaparte Mystery series. They should be read in the order or release.

There was a snafu with the audible codes and I didn’t want to miss the third book in this tour, so I purchased it. I’m glad I did.

There is some confusion because at times it is said that Hank has been missing for six years and Angelina has been searching for him for six years. Other times, it is said that it has been sixty months. Sixty months is five years. Once again, my math brain interferes with the literary side of life. Ah, well. Set that aside.

The story itself is fabulous with a capital F. It is suspenseful and I loved it. The twisted path that leads Angie to her own father for counsel is not to be missed!

The story is extremely well written and well plotted out. Ms. Rathbun kept me on the edge of my seat through the whole thing, but also had me giggling in plenty of places. It was the perfect way to enjoy a book.

I am so excited! After the story is over, the announcement is made that there is another book coming in this wonderful series. BLOOD KILLS will release in the spring!

Narration: Kieren Callan Metts absolutely nailed it once again! I love listening to her tell a story. Thank you for another enjoyable week of commuting.


Title: HONOR KILLS
Series: Angelina Bonaparte #3
Category /Genre: Modern Detective; Mystery
Recommended for: 16+ due to adult situations
Listenability: OK for ears
Received from: Audible purchase

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Great detective story!

Honor Kills is the 3rd book in the Angelina Bonaparte Mysteries but it stands alone. I have loved each book in the series and this one is no exception. Again, I really enjoyed the quotes that begin each chapter. This time Angie investigates a missing person with ties to the Mafia. It is an extremely satisfying read and nicely narrated. Please write more and continue the series! I was gifted a copy of the audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

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Sassy and Spicy

I love the lead character, Angela Bonaparte! She reminds me of my grandma with the spiky blond hair and full of energy and carunyas. Although this is book 3 of the series, there is enough information in it that this can be a stand alone and you can pick up the back pieces pretty quick. I love how Nanci Rathbun, uses the same characters in each of her books, so you are learning to like or dislike them as they are described. Kieren Metts did a great job narrating this book, as she did the other 2 books and I am sure will be narrating book 4, due out in the Spring. Kieren does a great job with the voices of each character and there is no mistaken who is "speaking"

This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom

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Fun mystery

The 3rd novel in the Angelina Bonaparte series, and they keep getting better. I really enjoyed the story, but what I love even more about Nanci Rathbun's books is the world building. Rathbun peppers in the small details that elevate it from a story to a fully fleshed world. It makes the story real in a way that you can feel and hear.

Thee voice acting is also very well done. The narrator helps keep the story going and is a real pleasure to listen to.

(I received a free copy of the audiobook in exchange for an honest review.)

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Honor Kills

A private investigator has its pros and cons. You work long hours and sometimes can get so wrapped up in work that it becomes difficult to have a relationship because most of our cases are about infidelity or adultery. You end up doing things that you have never thought you’d ever end up doing, i.e. digging in someone else’s garbage, bird watching, pulling an all-nighter surveillance stakeout, and impersonating others to get the information that you seek for a client. This information can make or break somenone’s life…and most of the time, it’s the latter. Would you still want a job like that if it meant that you could possibly dangle your life in someone else’s hands? You would knowingly be putting yourself in danger against who knows…the mafia or mob, gang related groups, jealous spouses, and the list goes on and on.

Angelina Bonaparte has a new partner named Bobbie, and he has been catching on pretty quick. His assistance in the past has saved them both on occasion. When Angelina and Bobbie have a new lead on a case that they’ve been working for several months, they don’t realize right away that they may be getting into some pretty heavy danger. Someone’s husband has abandoned his wife and children and now he winds up in an obituary for another town? Something doesn’t add up for starters. On second thought, this man has been untraceable for fifty-eight months! Why would his death surface so easily, unless he wanted everyone to believe he was dead, right?! Angelina and Bobbie go digging in search of answers, first on their list is the lawyer and retirement home where the husband made last contact. She soon realizes that this may be something that she needs to talk to her father about after a hit has been ordered. She has always known her father’s affiliations, but never thought that the day would come when she relied on his connections for answers to one of her cases. Is she in enough danger to warrant needing her father’s protection?

Rathbun has an entertaining mystery with this third installment. Character development is fantastic and the story-line flows well. This crime mystery takes readers on a dangerous path to find someone who has taken all precautions to stay hidden. Readers will find interest in the satire engulfed in the book as well as the mystery leading up to find out the lengths a man will go to save himself from his past. Since this review is complimenting the audiobook, it appears that the story is well-written with the voice relay being clear and flowing effortlessly. The narrator seems to have a little trouble with some voice differentiation, but others were captivating. If you are a reader of crime mysteries, this may be something to pick up the next time you are looking for a book to read. This is the third installment in the Angelina Bonaparte Mysteries. While this book can be read as a standalone, some of the character backgrounds and history carries over directly from the previous installments.

An audiobook was provided to Turning Another Page by Audiobookworm Promotions and in no way affects the honesty of this review. We provide a four-star rating for Honor Kills by Nanci Rathbun.

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Compromised

I was excited when I got the chance to listen to the third volume in the Angelina Bonaparte Mysteries series.
I had listened to, and loved, the first two volumes, and so my expectations for this volume were high enough.

I wasn’t disappointed. Angeline is her usual self, very stylish, very diplomatic, and very clever, and the quotes at the beginning of each chapter aren’t missing, either.

This time, she has to face her beloved dad’s past — something she has gotten used to blanking out — only now, she needs his help, and there are consequences.
The case starts out easy enough, but when Angie and Bobby (who she has taken on as an assistant in her agency) dig deeper, a lot of dirt is dug up in the process, endangering people Angie cares about.
In fact, things take a turn to the worse after a fairly short time, and Angie is out of her depths — which is when she makes use of her father’s connections.
Afterwards, she needs to ask herself if he has betrayed her….
The consequences of her research are dire, not just for her client, but for herself and somebody she loves, too.

I really liked this turn of events, and it is not the first time I wonder how the author did her research — or maybe it is all common knowledge and I’m the only ignorant person?
Anyway, the story is plausible, and it rings true, and that’s good enough for me.

Kieren Calland Metts’s narration was enjoyable, she does the different characters well, and the pronunciation of foreign words sounds fine to me, too.
A great series, and I look forward to the next instalment.

I received this audiobook as part of my participation in a blog tour with Audiobookworm Promotions. The tour is being sponsored by Nanci Rathbun. The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it.

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  • 11-01-18

I Love this series, and every book gets better!

Well I am in mourning after finishing the third audiobook chronicling the adventures Angelina Bonaparte private Detective, and heroine to this woman of a certain age. Book three starts innocuous enough with Bobbie doing a check on the Marcy Wagner case and finding an obituary in a newspaper. Angelina has been searching for any trace of Hank of over 5 years when he walked out on his wife and family. This case is mentioned in first two books in passing
Nothing is what it seems, and before we know it Angie is in the middle of a murder and betrayal. As usual Angie and friends and family connections all rally around to help Marcy get the answer she had been waiting for. I’m now in mourning until book four comes out.

 
I received this audiobook as part of my participation in a blog tour with Audiobookworm Promotions. The tour is being sponsored by Nanci Rathbun. The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it