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Roger has generously opened his home to both Aggie and Betty while their condos are being repaired after a horrifying fire incident. Unfortunately, Roger has the uncanny knack of getting on Aggie’s last nerve and she’s having a difficult time not telling him where to shove his squeegee.  

Join Aggie, Roger, and Betty at the grand opening of a Palm Springs gluten-free bakery where the owners have a deep dark secret.

©2020 Michelle Ann Hollstein (P)2020 Michelle Ann Hollstein

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Great light reading

I have enjoyed all the Aggie and Betty books I have listened to! They are light fun and have quirky characters!

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Aggie & friends strike again!

"Don't let your pants die in vain." This is just one of the many LOL lines in this short story. Aggie Underhill and her friends are once again drawn into a mystery. Of course, there are plenty of pithy comments and high jinks along the way.

I would classify this as a NSFW book because you will be laughing hard enough to distract your co-workers! I nearly had to stop my elliptical trainer because I was afraid I would fall off from laughing so hard. I love the characters in this book and the author does a great job in writing a short story with plenty of fun, just enough mystery and great characters. I hope that Ms. Hollstein continues to write more of Aggie's adventures because they are my favorite form of reading entertainment.

The narrator's performance was perfect and even her male voices were great. A lot of female narrators just can't pull off the male voices, but Ms. Ayotte's were great. I was given the chance to listen to the audiobook version of this book by the author and chose to review it.

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excellent

I received a free code to listen to this book and I did so willingly

Another superb example of the best short stories. Aggie's antics is by far the best way to make someone relax and enjoy a good laugh

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Cute Mystery with an excellent narrator

This is a cute mystery story. The characters were fun and well developed. The narrator did a very good job of keeping the voices different and the action going. This was a short story, which is the perfect thing to listen to in the car while running errands. It was quite entertaining, and had my attention held throughout. I loved it.

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Entertaining short story

I love the narrator! She is easy to listen to and does a great job with multiple character voices. It was easy to tell who was speaking by the changes in her dialect and cadence. It’s a fun short story, the first I’ve heard in this series. I’m now curious to listen to the others.

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Squeegee Where the Sun Don't Shine

Squeegee Where the Sun Don't Shine was another super cute short story in the Aggie Underhill Mystery world. I loved every minute of this! Very well written by Michelle Ann Hollstein. The narrator was perfect for this.

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Reminiscent of Murder She Wrote

This is a delightful short mystery, reminiscent of the wonderful Angela Lansbury series, Murder She Wrote. The narration is excellent, Ms Ayotte’s rendition of the characters is diverse and each character is colorfully unique in their own right. She gives the story a steady heartbeat and entices the listener to keep listening! Thoroughly enjoyable listen!

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It was interesting

The story was typical but the characters were not. I enjoyed the idiosyncrasies of each one. That is what made the book good

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irritating women

I give Roger tons of credit for putting up with these two selfish ignorant louts. Each woman acted like they did him a favor by staying with him until their condo was ready!!! Audacity??!!
Very rude to eat his pastries too. Quick mystery Roger solved, so Agnes wasn't very good of a detective either. I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this and am giving an honest review. The narrator did a good job.

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Squeegee Where the Sun Don’t Shine

Who knew going to a gluten free bakery could lead to so much trouble. As always I love this group of characters and all their bantering that comes with them. I am always excited when I see a new one come out!

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  • 05-30-21

A good cozy Mystery

I enjoyed listening to Christin Ayotte.

Aggie is at it again. Gluten free bakery , brings trouble. A great story

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  • Jacky
  • 09-12-20

Another brilliant Novella adventure great book

I got involved in this book from page one I could see Roger in my mind explaining how to clean the shower down properly so funny

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  • Norma Miles
  • 08-26-20

"Good heavens, you're a big baby. "

Following the damage by fire at Aggie Underhill's house, she and her best friend, Betty, are staying with Betty's cousin, Roger. Then a visit to a cake shop disturbs Roger. Book 16 of the Aggie Underhill cozy mystery series, with wonderful characters and amusing situations. It is short, well written, funny and can be read as a stand alone. Narrator Christin Ayotta reads with warmth and voices each protagonist individually: a fine performance.

This is a great series, the main character being far from the usual sweet old lady: she's ascorbic and opinionated and her relationship with Roger can only be called brittle. The perfect anecdote to a gloomy afternoon, this short story is highly recommended. My thanks to the rights holder of Squeegee Where the Sun Don't Shine, by Michelle Ann Hollstein, who, at my request, freely gifted me with a compliment copy. Such silly fun.