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Twisted Fate

Narrated by: Amanda Newcomb
Length: 8 hrs and 21 mins
4 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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Artist Brody Trent enjoys a simple life living and working in NoDa, an artsy district of Charlotte. He wakes one morning to find himself charged with the brutal assault on a young woman who now lies comatose, unable to testify to his innocence. A fluke accident allows him to escape custody. Now on the run, he travels to the Lowcountry of South Carolina to find Doctor Emily Parker, the one person who can lead him to the real assailant. Standing in her way is the wealthy and powerful Harrington family, who will do anything, including committing murder, to keep her from the truth.

©2018 Susan Mills Wilson (P)2019 Susan Mills Wilson

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Who did it?

Twisted Fate
: Susan Mills Wilson

This is a clean cozy mystery, romance, that brings two opposites, with a friend in common, together . When Brody is accused of assaulting "their friend" and escapes house arrest to hunt down the real criminal. Lots of suspects to choose from.



The narration was well done. The characters were well portrayed by Amanda Newcomb.




I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Good Mystery to Read!

This is a terrific mystery! Well-written, believable characters I look forward to spending more time with, interesting twists. Thoroughly enjoyable! That said, read the book. Don't listen to the audio version, b/c the narrator came very close to ruining me for this very good story.

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What would you do if arrested for crime you...

This story is about Brody, an artist who wakes to pounding on the door and being arrested for an assault of his friend The story unfolds as Brody tries to discover the truth as to who hurt his friend in order to clear his name. Some unexpected twists lend interest and keep the story moving. I felt the narration was well done. and accents appropriate for the locale of the story. I enjoyed the story and will look for additional books by this author.

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Great story, plenty of twists

This audiobook captivated me from the start as it gets straight into the story without a load of slow, plodding build up before anything happens. The characters, good and bad, are believable and well written with enough detail to make them interesting but not so much that it slows the pace of the story. The length of the book and the pace is spot on and it kept me wanting to listen to the next chapter.
The only slight downside, in my opinion, was the narrator who, while she did an ok job, she does seem a little...um..."stilted". With a great narrator there's an easy flow to the reading, so much so that it's easy to forget someone is reading it to you. In this case though I found it less natural, as if reading one sentence at a time, no natural flow or rhythm. It didn't help that more than half the time it sounded to my ears as though she called the main character Birdie instead of Brody, but maybe that's just the strong Southern American accent playing tricks on me.

All in all though, an enjoyable read and one I'd definitely recommend.

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  • Julie
  • 09-20-19

More twists than a tornado

This is the first time I have read/listened to this author but it won't be last as I really enjoyed the story. I really enjoyed the story line and liked the characters. I had worked out who the killer was but wasn't sure if a few of the other characters could be trusted. It kept me hooked from start to finish
Brody is woken up by the police banging on his door, the girl who he saw home has been found beaten in her apartment and as he was the last person seen with her he is the prime suspect.With no way to prove she was well when he left he is put on house arrest, leaving the police and his lawyer to find the real killer. When a freak act of nature sees him free he goes on the run back to the injured girls home town looking for her friend in the hopes that she might be able to provide the missing clue that will prove him innocent. Then the worse happens and the FBI gets involved launching a large man hunt but will Brody be able to convince them they have the wrong man before the killer starts to get rid of all the thorns in his side.
I liked the narrator as she was easy to listen to and made it easy to know which character was talking.
All in all a must listen to book.

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