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An invitation to take a truck ride.

A dead body at the truck stop.

She'd entered a world as alien to her as outer space. 

Little did Kelly know, when she accepted an invitation from her son’s old friend to accompany him while he ran his route, she’d end up with a dead body - and a whole new vocabulary. 

Plenty of people in the trucking world had reasons to see Kimberly dead, from drugs, to jealousy, to prostitution. Join Kelly as she enters a world where people have names like Snacks, Jet, Little Paul, Lizzie, and the resident Lizard Lot. But, who did it? And did I mention, the truck stop owner and Little Paul’s wife, Susie? 

This is the 16th book in the best-selling Cedar Bay Cozy Mystery Series by a two-time USA Today best-selling author. 

©2019 Dianne Harman (P)2020 Dianne Harman

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  • JM
  • 03-20-21

Good Cozy

This is not my typical genre and I wasn't sure I would like this, but the writing and characters won me over. The narrating done by Chris Kenworthy was well done. I received this audiobook from the author, narrator or publisher in an audiobook promotion, and this is my voluntary unbiased review.

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Murder and truck stops


Kelly just can’t stay away from murder investigations. In this story, not only does she get involved in the investigation but she’s involved in the discovery of the murder as well. I enjoyed the characters. Loved their descriptions and their names!

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Excellent

One can count on another good story from the author. With added information about the subject, this was the truckers way of life, the nicknames. Her plot flows, and Kelly is interviewing truckers, and
as usually she gets too involved, before the killer was caught.
The audio by Kenworthy added to the story and was well done. Given audio for my voluntary review

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Great Listen

I love all of Dianna Harman books that I have read or listened to. You can listen to them in any order and not be lost.

Thank you to Chris Kenworthy for a wonderful job of narration. I’ve heard a few narrators that sound like robots.

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  • tomsboxers
  • 06-10-21

Another mystery for Kelly

Another mystery to solve for Kelley, lots of interesting characters and suspects.
Will Kelley die trying to find the murderer or will she decide to learn to drive a truck instead, never a dull moment, put this on your must read list.
I received this audiobook for free from the author and wanted to give an honest review.
The narrator really does an excellent job of bringing this story to life.

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  • caroline wright
  • 05-18-21

Really enjoyable

I really did enjoy the story and the narration. This was my first one by this author and narrator and it won't be my last.
Loved the recipes at end
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  • Amazon Customer
  • 05-15-21

Great entertaining book

Great storyline and well written by the author. Keeps the listener interested and guessing what’s going to happen next. Well narrated by the narrator. Lovely voice easy on the ear. All in all I spent a lovely few hours listening to this and enjoying every moment. I would definitely recommend this audiobook to any one who has some me time.

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  • Julie
  • 01-16-21

Rumours and murder

I enjoyed this book. Dianne Harman has created another winner with this book. I love all the different situations the main character finds herself in and the way she is always up for an adventure. I would never have thought driving to different locations would be so interesting and that you would need a whole different language, not that Kelly got to do much traveling before finding the body. It was unusual for the story not to start with the murder (as this author tends to do) but I think it worked for this story because it gave you a chance to learn why Kelly was in a truck in the first place. The mystery was good and and as each suspect kept pointing the finger at each other it kept you guessing. It's a nice easy read despite it covering the serious subject of prostitution.
Kelly missing her son, she jumps at the chance to catch up with his best friend from when he was a teenager by joining him as he goes about his business as a truck. The problem is at the first truck stop they stop at to grab a coffee, Kelly finds a dead body. Her husband is at home in bed with the flu that is making its way throughout the police department and his deputy asks Kelly to help out by asking questions. It turns out the young lady didn't just work in the truck stop and the more Kelly digs the closer she comes to danger.
I like the narrator, as she used different voices for each of the characters, although I am not sure about one of the characters singing a few lines to a song.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.