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Patch of Trouble

A Southern Quilting Mystery, Volume 6
Narrated by: Darlene Allen
Length: 8 hrs
3 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)
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When it comes to solving cold cases, nothing is ever cut and dried…. Quilter Beatrice Coleman is enjoying the sleepy peace of a tranquil afternoon…until it’s interrupted by her friend, Miss Sissy. The elderly lady is making wild claims about narrowly escaping an intruder. And intruders are unusual in tiny Dappled Hills. Miss Sissy isn’t the most reliable of witnesses, and her claims are swiftly discounted - until her mysterious intruder is found dead. Beatrice won’t cut corners as she unravels the threads of both a murder and a puzzling disappearance from decades ago.

©2016 Elizabeth Spann Craig (P)2018 Elizabeth Spann Craig

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  • Houston, TX, United States
  • 02-04-19

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I like the Myrtle Clover series better It's more fun with more interesting characters. This book seems drier. it's not as entertaining and I'm offended by the portrayal of the elderly woman, Miss Sissy, in this book. Why can't she speak in a complete sentence?

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Narrative leaves much to be desired

Darlene Allen’s narration does not give a unique voice to each character thus making it difficult to determine who is speaking. This robs to listener of a comfort easy to enjoy audio book.
Story line is good, developing rather slowly.
As much as I might want to follow this series, ms. Allen’s vocal is turning
Me away, sad to say.