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Wealthy families seem to attract scandals, and the Bassetts are no different. They bury theirs with the utmost discretion, but when one of their own is murdered, secrets are unearthed. Canaan Valley Sheriff Ward Sterling enlists the help of sisters Andrea Flynn and Kathleen Williamson to navigate the family's complex inner workings, because they're friends with Hadley, one of the Bassett siblings. They're glad to oblige, as the prime suspect is their friend, Deputy Willard Hill.

Several people stand to profit from the untimely death, and a few more had reasons to dislike the deceased. In spite of a serious threat from the murderer, Andrea and Kathleen persist in their quest to exonerate Willard. If they don't act fast, they'll be the killer's next victims.

©2013 Helen Haught Fanick (P)2015 Helen Haught Fanick

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Great story, terrible narrator

I have listened almost exclusively to audio books for years and I've never heard a narrator this bad. Not only were her inflections unnatural (she almost sounded like AI at times because of over articulating even the word "to" where a normal person would not), but her attempt at the accent of one of her European characters sounded like someone from Deep South America. Bizarre. She read all her men with what sounded like pursed lips, which resulted in sounding like a puppet show or children's story. Terrible. In general, she was so bad that it was almost stressful listening to the book at times. I can't believe she ever got selected as the voiceover for this. Her voice itself has a pleasant timbre, but the skill isn't there.

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Grest story but Unsatisfactory Reader

HUNTER'S MOON was my third book to read in this series, and I am finding the stories to be delightful. I have come to feel a real connection to the main character's, Kathleen and Andrea. I plan to finish the series, but not through Aucible. This reader was unbearable to listen to. I gave up listening and went back to my Kindle to read HUNTER'S MOON. I hope Ms. Fanick, or whoever is choosing the next person for a voice-over, will consider someone with good reading skills. The reading was very amateur, and voice inflections strange, indeed. I could not tell from where in the world, Sophia came, by her accent. It did not resemble anything like Hungarian, or even European. I will not be listening to another H H Fanick book on Audible until this reader is replaced.