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Presley goes back home to help Katy plan for her wedding to Chris and instead of nuptial bliss, realtor Bethany Granville is found dead in Katy’s salon. Katy didn’t even know Bethany. Ever curious Presley wants to solve the murder but as usual things aren’t that simple and grow even more complicated when ex-friend Dirt who was in jail for murder escapes.

Is he headed back into town? And did Chris know Bethany? All these are questions Presley is determined to get the answers to.

©2014 Laina Turner (P)2014 Laina Turner

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the wedding that never happened due to a murder.

Where does Vows & Victims rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It's right up there a great mystery.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Presley and her mother . Presley goes home for a wedding her mom gives her a curfew and choices .cleaning the rugs.

Which character – as performed by Michelle Babb – was your favorite?

Presley Thurman she was cool

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes

Any additional comments?

It's a good murder mystery, you'll really enjoy it.

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The narrator was not only very choppy but also put improper inflection on words. A different reader would have made this experience better.