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  • Squeegee Where the Sun Don't Shine: An Aggie Underhill Short Story Mystery

  • An Aggie Underhill Mystery, Book 16
  • By: Michelle Ann Hollstein
  • Narrated by: Christin Ayotte
  • Length: 1 hr and 15 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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Squeegee Where the Sun Don't Shine: An Aggie Underhill Short Story Mystery

By: Michelle Ann Hollstein
Narrated by: Christin Ayotte
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Publisher's summary

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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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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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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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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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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Witty and Entertaining

This short story is witty and quirky. Aggie, Betty and Roger are dysfunctional friends. Aggie likes to solve mysteries, Betty is on the hunt for husband #4, and Roger is a interior designer who is full of himself. They check out a new bakery and find a mystery on their hands. Christin Ayotte narrates well.

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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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Roommates are not a good idea!

After the fire in Aggie's condo and the resulting smoke damage in Betty's connected condo, Roger insists that both stay with him while everything is being replaced/repaired. Unfortunately, familiarity breeds contempt and they are all getting on each other's nerves. Aggie decides she needs a gluten free cupcake and goes to the newest bakery in town to get away. Next thing she knows, Betty and Roger have climbed in her car. When they arrive, they meet a past client of Roger's and something just doesn't feel right about them. Roger and Aggie decide to investigate where Roger literally loses his pants!
This one made me laugh and cringe at the same time. I know what it's like to spend too much time with someone when used to living alone. Aggie, I feel your pain!!
I listened to the audiobook version of this book and Christin Ayotte does a great job with the characters, accents and alll!
I highly recommend!

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