To look at her, one would never think suburbanite homemaker Jane Jeffry would be interested in murder and mayhem. But given the corpses she's come across she's practically an expert on the subject. Which is why Jane's booking down to a nearby mystery writers' convention to mingle with the brightest lights of literary crime, and maybe drum up some interest in her own recently completed manuscript. But when a famous ego-squashing editor keels over at the speaker's podium, and a much-hated book-bashing journalist is himself bashed in the parking lot, it seems fairly certain that at least one real-life murderer is stalking the proceedings. Jane Jeffry is on the case, ready to snoop, eavesdrop, and gossip her way to a solution.
Would you consider the audio edition of Bell, Book, and Scandal to be better than the print version?
Not better but as good.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Shelly Nowack because she is a very independent and self assured woman.
What does Susan Ericksen bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
The voices for the different individuals in the story are very good and makes it interesting
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Any additional comments?
I enjoy Jill Churchill's Jane Jeffries stories and have read most of them. I believe this was a good interpretation.
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The reader is excellent (Susan Eriksen) but she can't make up for a bland, uninteresting plot.
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