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Publisher's Summary

"Gary N. and Helen W. Trank of 66 Colstone Boulevard take great pleasure in announcing the recent nuptials of their daughter Pamela Ann, and Brett Cornell...."

The above words appeared in the local newspaper, and thousands of women throughout the city immediately went into mourning!

Well, not exactly.

But private detective and self-proclaimed unscrupulous bastard Brett Cornell nearly went into cardiac arrest when, shortly thereafter, he received a personal home visit from Homicide Lieutenant James Wilson.

It seems that a beautiful young heiress had been found dead in a hotel suite under mysterious circumstances, and it wasn't clear whether she could be identified as Pamela Ann Trank...Pamela Ann Densen...or Pamela Ann Cornell!

Will a short walk down the aisle result in an extended prison sentence for our poor, put-upon hero?

Brett once again lets his weakness for money and his fascination with beautiful women get the better of him in this fourth Brett Cornell novel set in the late 1980s.

©2012 David D. D'Aguanno (P)2018 David D. D'Aguanno

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Fun Mystery with a Boston Accent.

What made the experience of listening to Wedding Bells for Brett the most enjoyable?

The sly wit of the story and great performance by the narrator.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

It was not predictable in any way, the story was fun and well constructed.

Which character – as performed by Travis Henry Carter – was your favorite?

A very predictable answer............... Brett our arrogant hero.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Who done it 2.0

Any additional comments?

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

33 of 33 people found this review helpful

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David D. D'aguanno does it again !

Don't know how he does it every time, succeeding in making Brett the biggest fool on earth so cool and the Hero of this masterpiece of a series.
As hard as you might try it will be totally impossible not to laugh and enjoy this beautiful creation and with all my heart I can only recommend this series !
Absolutely get this book, guaranteed enjoyment.

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My word...

Brett is at it again, this time he's getting 'married', well sort of.
I still don't know how Brett always finds so much trouble, but he always comes out smelling like roses. A fake wedding, a murdered bride and Brett is right smack dab in the middle of it all.
Good story and I love how Travis Henry Carter depicts the voice of Brett, it suits the character perfectly.

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One of my favs!

Another awesome Brett Mystery! Brett may be the central unscrupulous bastard in these stories, but he's certainly not the only one--the villain in this one is a pretty nasty fellow himself (albeit a pretty funny and well-written character). One thing I really like about these stories is the author does away with the simple good vs. evil thing and pits likable and unlikable bad guys against each other. It makes for really unique and hilarious stories. Highly recommended!

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Another great addition to the series

The unscrupulous bastard is back in Wedding Bells for Brett! As always, David D'Aguanno has such a clever and funny writing style that you just want to continue listening.

Travis Henry Carter's narration is spot on and just makes Brett sound so believable. I just love these stories and can't get enough of them!

I know Bretts antics aren't for everyone but if you're open minded when you listen you'll really hear some funny and great stories! I can't wait to listen to the next one!

I was given this Audiobook for free in exchange for an honest review

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A true masterpiece

Any additional comments?

This was a first at listening to an audiobook, and well, I think I found my new entertainment on long road trips. The story itself was put together well. I loved Brett, well as much as anyone could. He was so arrogant that I couldn't help but to laugh at his antics. The pacing and momentum of the storyline held my interest from the beginning to the end, not a dull moment anywhere. I would definitely recommend this audio, or book, to everyone that likes good humor and some bit of mystery.

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  • ZOE R
  • 06-19-18

Book 4

It is more humor than mystery/ thriller. It is totally impossible not to laugh and enjoy this beautiful creation and with all my heart I am enjoying this humor/ mystery story.

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  • Norma Miles
  • 04-10-18

The Hanging Gardens of Ava!on

Brett, that unscrupulous bastard, get married? Surely not. Unless, perhaps, for part of tree million dollars. He and Ginger are in one of the off times in their (for want of a better word) relationship and his secretary, Linda, has been fired to make way for the luscious but plant loving Amber, when Brett is first introduced to mousey little Pamela and her fiancé, Triple D Denton (he he) and receives a surprising job offer.

Another deliciously funny, and definitely non-p.c. episode in the life of the moustachioed (out of work) P.I. himself, Brett Cordell. The local cops hate him, the ladies love him, but not as much as he loves himself. All brilliantly narrated again, with distinctly individual character voicings, by Travis Henry Carter.

An absolute must read (if you catch my drift)
He, he.