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The Dirty Truth

Narrated by: Keith Benn Jr.
Length: 6 hrs and 25 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (47 ratings)

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Evelyn Thomas may have bitten off more than she can chew when it comes to her relationship with Brandon Fletcher. It seems he is trying to clone her into an exact replica of his beloved fiancee, Cassandra, who was brutally murdered. He's also still obsessed with finding Cassandra's killer. 

When Cassandra's aunt Ruby is arrested for murder, she proclaims her innocence. She points the finger at Jabbar, a police officer who was having a secret affair with Cassandra before her death. 

Accusations fly and secrets are revealed as Brandon seeks the truth. The murder rate climbs, and Brandon realizes that the killer is someone he never would have suspected.

©2008 Brenda Hampton (P)2019 Blackstone Publishing and Urban Audiobooks

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love love love it!!

Kept me thinking! and on my Toes! This book can really be a movie! not lifetime but a actual in theaters Move!
Good writing and love the narrator is well!

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Crazy book

The book started off slow. Then the book was just ridiculous. I skipped chapters to get to the end. I usually love Brenda Hampton books. But this on had to go.

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good book, but that narratorsl....

This was a good read/listen, i usually like Brenda Hampton's work and this was no different. At times i thought that this book was a collaboration with E.L. James. The narrator soundes like he just woke up from a nap threw the whole book. The ending threw me but i wasnt completely surprised. It reminded me of the very firsts book i read by Brenda Hampton, The Dirty Truth. Good job Ms. Hampton

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Rushed

After the first five minutes I considered not finishing the book as the narrators voice was very annoying. He was very whiny and spoke as if he was in a rush. I decided to finish anyways because I was hopeful about the plot. They writing was mediocre. Almost as if they rushed to get through the book & I was able to guess the ending very early on.

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