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Hunter's Moon

By: Helen Haught Fanick
Narrated by: Roxanne Weber
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Wealthy families seem to attract scandals, and the Bassetts are no different. They bury theirs with the utmost discretion, but when one of their own is murdered, secrets are unearthed. Canaan Valley Sheriff Ward Sterling enlists the help of sisters Andrea Flynn and Kathleen Williamson to navigate the family's complex inner workings, because they're friends with Hadley, one of the Bassett siblings. They're glad to oblige, as the prime suspect is their friend, Deputy Willard Hill.

Several people stand to profit from the untimely death, and a few more had reasons to dislike the deceased. In spite of a serious threat from the murderer, Andrea and Kathleen persist in their quest to exonerate Willard. If they don't act fast, they'll be the killer's next victims.

©2013 Helen Haught Fanick (P)2015 Helen Haught Fanick

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Great story, terrible narrator

I have listened almost exclusively to audio books for years and I've never heard a narrator this bad. Not only were her inflections unnatural (she almost sounded like AI at times because of over articulating even the word "to" where a normal person would not), but her attempt at the accent of one of her European characters sounded like someone from Deep South America. Bizarre. She read all her men with what sounded like pursed lips, which resulted in sounding like a puppet show or children's story. Terrible. In general, she was so bad that it was almost stressful listening to the book at times. I can't believe she ever got selected as the voiceover for this. Her voice itself has a pleasant timbre, but the skill isn't there.

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Mostly Enjoyable

The narration could have been better and I felt she rushed the ending. I liked the story and do enjoy her books and listening to them.

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Still Loving them!

I was concerned to find there was a different narrator. Her version of Andrea was a little less sophisticated and more natural. But after the first few minutes, I fell right into the story just like the first two books. After a while, I realized that it didn't distract at all and became use to the new narrator's interpretation. She did and excellent job with them all.

The story is just as entertaining as before with a conti ued surprise twist at the end! Often writers follow what seems like a typical base and flesh it in. I know they don't intend to, but it happens. So, by the halfway mark, you have a fairly good idea of who the culprit it.... but with this author, that doesn't happen. You are always surprised by the end. I love stories like that!!! Get it! Read it! You will enjoy it, too!

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This series just keeps getting better and better!

I love the new narration accents, they greatly improve the
e smooth flow of the story. oh my so many twists and turns, kept me bouncing top spot on my suspect list. If you've never been lucky enough to see fall in the mountains of West Virginia, you have misses some of God's finest work. Stop in any time for beauty and magisty you will always remember. Great story with characters I love to call friends. Well done!

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Enjoyed

I have enjoyed this series of books. They stand alone or you can listen to them back to back. I didn’t get bored while listening and I’m easily bored.

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Another great installment.

I love following the sisters through their adventures. The story picks up where part 2 left off, with a wedding to come. There are the always present characters that you loved from the 1st book, who take on different roles which was exciting to follow. My only complaint is the narration of this installment. The same care wasn't taken to enhancing the characters this book and made it a little less appealing. The 1st 2 books you could always determine which was Andrea, whereas in this one there was no difference. Otherwise, I loved this one too.

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Another wedding has issues in Canaan Valley

This is the third in the series. I thought the narrator did a good job to enhance the story. She used many different inflections to portray the various characters.

The location is West Virginia's enchanting Canaan Valley. The amateur sleuths are: Andrea Flynn, a retired math teacher, and her sister Kathleen Williamson.

One of Maggie Flynn’s, Andrea and Kathleen’s niece, hired help is engaged to Deputy Willard Hill. It appears someone is framing Willard for the murder of his future mother-in-law.

There are plenty of family secrets that not everyone in the family is privy to know.
I enjoyed the twists and turns and was surprised who the killer turned out to be.

The new narrator’s voice enhanced the characters and didn’t make them sound so creepy.

Looking forward to the next book on audio.

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A little murder before marriage

Hunter's Moon is Book 3 in the Moon Mystery by Helen Faye Fanick. I loved Hunter's Moon. Although the book is a stand a lone story, I listened to the books in order and I was able to listen to the development of the main characters. I love my book friends and Kathleen, Andrea, Willard and our favorite Sheriff are marvelous characters. In Hunter's Moon, Willard is marrying his sweetheart, but, up he is being framed for murder. I thought Roxanne Weber gave a great performance as narrator. I am looking forward to the next audio book in the series.

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Another Good mystery

Hunter’s Moon is #3 of the Moonlight Mystery Series by Helen Haught Fanick. Andrea and Kathleen, retired sisters, are back at the West Virginia hotel her niece and nephew-in-law own for the wedding shower and the following week’s wedding of their friends. There is another murder, assaults, thefts, and family secrets galore! The sisters work with the Sheriff to solve the crimes. There really isn’t much to do with the moon in the book, except for a passing mention now and then. The narrator is new to the series and the voices were less distinct among characters, and no one had their appropriate accent. Overall, the book was enjoyable.

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A bridal party and murder

First the narration was very good. I found this installment fun with the elderly sisters once again helping to solve a murder mystery as a friend of theirs becomes a suspect.

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  • 04-26-22
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Not bad

This is a decent audio book and the story is easy to follow I enjoyed it.

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  • VoraciousBookDragoness
  • 04-02-22
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Story well written and great narration

Story well written and great narration.

I am voluntarily reviewing a copy I received free from the author.

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  • kim c s
  • 01-15-22
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not too bad

not too bad but getting a bit repetitive after the other books. preferred the other books.