• Mug Shot

  • Patricia Fisher Mystery Adventures, Book 7
  • By: Steve Higgs
  • Narrated by: Maryanne Wells
  • Length: 6 hrs and 29 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)

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Mug Shot

By: Steve Higgs
Narrated by: Maryanne Wells
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Invited to a big anniversary party in the suite next door, Patricia Fisher is pleased to celebrate the idea that marriage can work. Successful internet billionaire Howard Berkowitz and his wife, Shandy, seem very happy, even after 30 years together...that is until a shot rings out, and Shandy’s sister falls to the deck, stone dead. 

But who was the bullet meant for? The shot winged Shandy, who was standing right next to the victim. Is she still in danger? Desperate for an answer, Howard begs Patricia to solve the mystery and find the killer. Can she do it before the killer can finish the job? Or was the sister always the target? 

Stuck in Iceland while the Aurelia’s dented hull is repaired, Patricia and her friends must dig deep into the Berkowitz family history. However, the moment she believes she is onto something, a second murder muddies the water, and this time the victim is a member of Patricia’s immediate circle. 

The killer is still at large, but is their grisly task complete? Or are there more victims to come? Though they grieve losing one of their own, Patricia and friends double down to unravel the clues as a deadly game begins to unfold....

©2020 Steve Higgs (P)2021 Steve Higgs

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It’s not over...

If you read this one, or listened to it, you’ll have to go on. This was an awesome adventure and investigation for Patricia and her cronies, but it was also a prelude to the biggest mystery the team has faced yet. Steve Higgs is an enigma among writers (I’d say he has super powers) as he writes like a machine, delivering one blockbuster after another in one series after another. I used to have a favorite author in my list of select authors, but I’m afraid she has moved down one peg since I met Steve Higg’s books.

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  • locky8
  • 06-21-22

Great story!

Whilst I love these books and each story is following along from the next to a bigger story running throughout the series leading up to the Godmother. I really would prefer and British narrator. There's been a few who were actually brilliant. But this narrator calls dachshunds doxhunds and Gemmima is Gem-m eye-ma gem mim a. It really bugged me.
She does some of the other voices really well but her Patricia is totally wrong for the character as others have been more believable.
I ended up having to turn up the speed to get her to sound right and not drag out the sounds too much. But that aside it's still a great listen.

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  • Angel Cross
  • 05-27-22

Great continuation of the series!

Madness and mayhem ensue from the very beginning. The story moves along like a train running down a mountainside from one scene to the next until the conclusion. It leaves the reader breathless and wanting for more!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 02-16-21

Great story ruined by the reader

The narrator had a staccato sound like a computer generated voice, or the earliest stages of elocution lessons from Pygmalion/My Fair Lady. This ruined great story, I know because I have read it. Find a competent reader or actor and re-record it!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 02-15-21

Needs a new narrater

I've read many of the Patricia Fisher books and love them. The story is good but omg, the narrative is terrible. At first I thought it was a computer generated voice. It's choppy, pauses in the wrong place and the accents/voices used for the different characters is off putting