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St. Albans Fire

The Joe Gunther Mysteries, Book 16
Narrated by: Christopher Graybill
Series: The Joe Gunther Mysteries, Book 16
Length: 8 hrs and 25 mins
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In Northwestern Vermont, young Bobby Cutts enters the family barn and encounters a nightmare. Surrounded by bolts of fire, Bobby and the entire herd perish in a stampeding circle of flames. Called to the scene to investigate, Joe Gunther instantly recognizes arson. But by whom? And why? Gunther quickly discovers that someone is wreaking havoc across the bucolic farmlands surrounding the town of St. Albans. Somewhere in the dense social fabric of the community, in the hearts and souls of Bobby's family, and in the cutthroat farming business underneath the region's placid exterior are the truths his team must ferret out. But what looked like a local case is about to take them from the barns of Vermont to the gritty streets of Newark, New Jersey. Before all is said and done, Joe Gunther will meet one of his deadliest opponents to date...and he will need far more than his skills as a policeman to protect the people closest to his heart.

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The story was great but the audio book was not narrated by Tom Taylorson. If the other audio books were read by Graybill, I wouldn't have bought the other books. Why did you change? Taylorson has the right voice that keeps your attention.

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I miss Tom Taylorson. This felt like some high school teacher reading to you instead of an audio book performance

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good story

Would you listen to St. Albans Fire again? Why?

Excellent reading. I must look for more by this reader. Mayor is a favorite of mine. I like his stories for the having a sense of place and believable characters.

What did you like best about this story?

The characters are well defined and realistically motivated.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

intense

Any additional comments?

I did not like one lengthy description of a character's sexual pleasure. It was unnecessary and sullied the book.