• Turkeys, Tuxes, and Tabbies

  • Zoe Donovan Mystery, Book 10
  • By: Kathi Daley
  • Narrated by: Angel Clark
  • Length: 3 hrs and 59 mins
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Zoe Donovan is a cozy mystery series with enduring friendships, memorable characters, an enchanting setting, and a generous dollop of romance. 

When the cat lady of Ashton Falls is found dead in her home just days before Thanksgiving, Zoe must track down a killer while dealing with a house full of socialites who have come to Ashton Falls to bid on Zak in a high class bachelor auction.

©2014 Kathi Daley (P)2020 Kathi Daley

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Annoying voice, boring dialogue, little mystery

The reader’s voice is so annoying; especially when doing the main character - squeaky, sing songy, grating. Sounds like a toddler. The main character is very petty and immature; so maybe the voice makes sense? 95% of this book is boring, irrelevant dialogue. There is no action; just retelling of conversations and events that already happened. Struggled to get through to the end.