Who shot the disk jockey while he was on air? No one saw the killer, but many heard the murder on the radio. Local police are mystified and ask psychology professor and acoustics expert Pamela Barnes to assist them in investigating the crime. Can she determine who shot the deejay just by listening to the radio station's audio recording of the killing? And how does this crime connect to the impending death of a wealthy carpet manufacturer hundreds of miles away? And the driven behavior of his conscientious son who hides a very important secret?
Unknown to Pamela, another thread of this strange mystery is about to unravel. Will she be able to solve it before another victim is claimed?
In FM for Murder, the second in Patricia Rockwell's acoustic mystery series, we follow feisty amateur sleuth Pamela Barnes, who doesn't let academic duties prevent her from fighting crime. And Pamela fights crime with the tools she knows best: sound waves.
I'm always excited when I see a new cozy mystery by an author I'm not familiar with on Audible. This one was in one word BORING! There are two different storylines intermingling throughout the book. Both are boring. The characters were stiff and unrealistic. The plotline, although feasible, was just not interesting. I tried to like this book. But what really made me stop listening was the narrator. She made some of the characters sound like children and others were whiny. I stopped listening after the first few chapters. You can give it a try if you want to but I would not recomend it to anyone.
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