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Hell on wheels or a psychic in a travel trailer? Brianna Sullivan gave up her job finding missing luggage for the airlines in order to seek the freedom of the open road. Her first stop? The small town of Lottawatah, Oklahoma. Using her psychic abilities, Brianna takes on a multitude of jobs to earn gas money, help out the local police detective, and direct some troubled souls towards the light.
Volume 1 of this series by Evelyn David contains two short stories, "I Try Not To Drive Past Cemeteries" and "Dead But Not Buried in Lottawatah."
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Small Town USA has a few ghost!
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
You grow to like the characters and Brianna solves murders or why people have not passed on and still hanging around
What other book might you compare I Try Not to Drive Past Cemeteries to and why?
Carrots - Shelby Nichols Series - great characters.
Have you listened to any of Wendy Tremont King’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Best Narrator, great with different voices.
If you could rename I Try Not to Drive Past Cemeteries, what would you call it?
I see dead people......
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- John S.
Took a bit to get into the story and narrator
This title includes two short stories - first one that sets up the "series" and a second ghost story, that takes place ten days later, which would be okay as part of a larger collection (of, say, a half dozen or more), but not really a lot of plot on its own. Obviously, one credit for two stories that last under two hours is a no-go proposition, but $5 a throw is still steep (I used promotional currency to purchase this book). A single title of six stories for $15, or one credit, would have been the way to market these. The narration seemed a bit slow at first, but I got used to Ms. King's style by the second story, and it's fairly clear she put a lot of effort into the job.
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