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Psychic Undercover (with the Undead)

The SDF Paranormal Mysteries Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Alison Garrow
Length: 10 hrs and 19 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (10 ratings)

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Vampires aren't the only things that go bump in the night....

Singers are a dime a dozen in Nashville, so despite her mama's urging, psychic Ariana Ryder's working her way towards a career in law enforcement at the FBI, one tray of fetched coffee at a time, instead. She's got an extremely handsome boss, a dancing partner among the lab techs, and a solid year as the team rookie under her belt...  

Right until the director gives her a big break, working undercover as a singer at a club to investigate why it's being targeted by a serial killer. This might have worked better if the club didn't happen to be a vampire nest.  

Now, with the vampires' investigator, Quil, on her case, the sparks are flying and the jurisdictional battle isn't the only thing heating up as they race to solve the case before the killer strikes again!

©2017 Amie Gibbons (P)2018 Amie Gibbons

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A Southern Dresden Files

This book has a newbie FBI agent with southern charm and a whole lot of sass that finds herself in the middle of a plot to kill humans and frame vampires. At first I thought the voice sounded a bit young, but as the story went on, it turns out to be a perfect fit.

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Pass this one by

Maybe I'd give a higher rating if I just read the book because the narration is horrible and definitely ruins any enjoyment in this novel approach to a law enforcement procedural. I have a lot of southern friends with heavy accents and none of them say wri'en for written, etc. The different character voices are terrible, with the narrator just changing from high and squeaky to low and gruff, and there isn't any consistency between different speeches for the same character. If the narrator wants to improve herself she needs to listen to the Amelia Peabody series with Barbara Rosenblatt, or the Warlock Holmes series with Robert Garson. I would never recommend this audiobook to anyone, just pass on by.

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