Once again, Merry Abbott has to catch a killer in the high-stakes world of carriage driving competitions.
Nothing ruins an elegant Southern horse show like finding a murdered man with a tent spike through his neck. Merry's at the top of a long list of suspects who have plenty of reason to want the victim dead. But soon it becomes obvious that she's also at the top of the real murderer's next-to-die list.
Climb into the carriage seat for a wild ride as Merry hunts for clues, teaches her first (and maybe last) driving clinic, tries to rein in her attraction for a handsome GBI agent, and dodges a killer. Merry Abbott's taking a new mystery out for a spin.
Loved both her books. But after this I'll read the print copy. The reader is dreadful. Could barely force myself to listen through until the end. Have literally listened to hundreds of audio books over the years and have never heard such an unacceptable reader before.
I listened to this book while I did chores around the house and ran some errands. It was okay. The mystery wasn't complicated nor were the characters.
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I enjoyed the driving aspect of the book. it just took a bit to get used to the voice