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Murder Wears White Audio CD – Unabridged, 25 June 2019
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Christa Lewis is a classically trained actress who graduated from Boston University. She got her start in voice acting at the international television station DW-TV, and she has been a regular on hundreds of cartoons, museum guides, documentaries, and commercials. Now a full-time audiobook narrator with over sixty titles to her credit, she has been featured in AudioFile Magazine, has earned multiple Earphones Awards, and is an Audible bestselling narrator. She lives in Los Angeles.
- Publisher : Dreamscape Media; Unabridged edition (25 June 2019)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1974952673
- ISBN-13 : 978-1974952670
- Dimensions : 15.34 x 2.87 x 12.8 cm
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television productions, robbery, ghosts, three Westie
terriers, a tattered wedding dress, missing tools, knitting
needles clicking....All these combine to make for a fast
paced, well plotted mystery.
The main characters and supporting characters were all
well defined, creatively drawn, colorful and interesting.
This is book # 2 in the Wedding Planner Mystery series.
Come join Mallory Shepherd as she makes her debut
with the first wedding planned, finishes the renovations
on the house she inherited and solves two murders, hotel
robberies and theft by computer.
A good read.
The one negative I found is that one secondary characters felt created just for the purpose of tying together certain elements. The situation was adequately presented but did not blend as well as other elements. It wasn't a major detraction and I still really enjoyed the book look forward to the next on.