One by One

Dani Ross Mystery Series #1
Narrated by: Kris Faulkner
Series: Dani Ross, Book 1
Length: 10 hrs and 22 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (47 ratings)

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While taking over her father's detective agency during his illness, Danielle Ross finds herself surrounded by 11 other people, all clueless as to why they are together, in this strange and sinister place.
©1991 Gilbert Morris (P)2002 Books in Motion

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not what i thought I was getting

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

I found there was a huge push on religion and not deceive work. The summary did not portray the story (if you can call it that) well.

Would you ever listen to anything by Gilbert Morris again?

Not likely.

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Disappointment and a waste of money.

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Agatha Christie Plagarized

So very disappointed that the author decided that a plagiarized version of the Agatha Cristie classic was a good idea. throw in some politics and bible sermons and this is suppose to be a good idea. Sorry I am not impressed. I wish there had been a few more reviews that mentioned tis and I would never have bothered to try out the author.

The narrator was good but that only goes so far.

Gilbert Morris needs to come up with his own ideas not steal from famous authors.