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The Seaside Detective Agency

Narrated by: Frazer Blaxland
Series: The Isle of Man, Book 1
Length: 6 hrs and 25 mins
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Eyes Peeled is the Isle of Man’s first and only detective agency. Not much happens on the idyllic Island that needs detecting, so on the whole, the team is not the most adept. In fact, generally speaking, they’re pretty useless. 

One of the agency’s more eager employees is Sam Levy. Nearing 40, he’s finally found a job he actually loves - even if he isn’t particularly good at it. Okay, let’s be honest. He’s rubbish. Still, Sam’s services are secured by persons unknown to track down a glamorous yet mysterious art dealer recently arrived on the sleepy Island. Her arrival itself isn’t overly suspicious...but the international crime boss hot on her tail most certainly is! 

Sam is desperate to prove himself and impress his pretty colleague, but this investigation could end up putting him in rather a spot of bother, with our hero risking life, limb and hairpiece! With this case, he could well have bitten off more than he can chew.

©2018 J C Williams (P)2018 W.F. Howes Ltd

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  • Bethany
  • PHOENIX, AZ, United States
  • 11-04-18

Great, for a variety of reasons

I laughed hard and often throughout this suspense story. The plot is solid, all the thread-ends are gathered up neatly, sprinkled lightly with romance, and the humor enhances the entire experience. Narrator does a great job with accents. It's a book that merits repeat listens.

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