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Veiled Passages

Mary O'Reilly Paranormal Mystery, Book 10
Narrated by: Erin Spencer
Length: 6 hrs and 54 mins
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A famous mystery writer drowns in a hotel bathtub. Was it an accident, or foul play? His ghost thinks it was murder. His mystery writer colleagues want to help Mary solve the case.

Gary Copper is still on the loose, and gunning for both Bradley and Mary. And, in between all the murder and mayhem, Mary and Bradley are desperately trying to walk up the aisle. Will they ever become husband and wife?

©2013 Therese Reid (P)2015 Therese Reid

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And so finally we begin again.

So much love. All many ghosts. So much laughter. So many happy tears. The beginning of many more of Mary's paranormal mysteries. On to book 11

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Would you listen to Veiled Passages again? Why?

Yes, I would listen again. There is so much in this book, questions answered, suspenseful, twists and turns. A new case as usual, but also old concerns and of course the romance. I am sure that I will discover a new angle or things I didn't notice the first time.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Veiled Passages?

Without giving away spoilers, I would have to say that Copper's reappearance steps up the suspense. The side story of Mary's brother, Sean also adds to the characters.

What does Erin Spencer bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I enjoy the audible version because I enjoy listening as I commute many miles. Erin doesn't always have the same intonations that I would put on the passages, but the unique sense of humor that is Terri Reid's still comes through!

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Danger Ahead!

Any additional comments?

I have fallen in love with all the Mary O'Reilly characters. I read faster than Terri writes, so I have had to have patience. I have also explored other authors dabbling in the Mary O'Reilly series, but I always love Terri Reid's the best.