Storm Track

CD - unabridged
Audio (7 discs)
Product Number: C1405
Released: Apr 30, 2001
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9780788761805
Narrator/s: C.J. Critt
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Best-selling author Margaret Maron creates entertaining mysteries filled with warm southern charm, colorful down-home characters, and smoldering grudges. In Storm Track, swirling dark clouds of illicit affairs and brutal murder threaten Colleton County, North Carolina. No one worries much about the scantily clad woman found strangled in the Orchid Motel-she must be a tourist who brought along her own problems. But when the victim turns out to be the wife of one of Colleton County's up-and-coming lawyers, the news comes as a thunderclap. People begin looking suspiciously among themselves for the culprit, and Judge Deborah Knott learns her own handsome cousin possesses a mighty powerful motive. While Deborah searches for the vicious killer, a deadly hurricane rages up the Carolina coast, bringing destruction and its own kind of justice. Winner of the Edgar and Agatha Awards, Margaret Maron bases this series on her life in rural North Carolina. Narrator C.J. Critt's lilting performance captures both the crackling wit and the heightening suspense.

Author(s): Margaret Maron
Series: Deborah Knott Mysteries Series No: 7
Genre: Mystery


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Storm Track
Product Number: BX00006148
Product Number:Z00582
Product Number:C1405

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Author(s): Margaret Maron
Narrator(s): C.J. Critt
Genre: Mystery
Product Number Z00582
Released: Mar 28, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781449880583

Professional reviews

"In her latest adventure, North Carolina Judge Deborah Knott is confronted with a vicious motel murder and an approaching hurricane. She solves one and weathers the other, but not before sundry friends and relatives get involved. C.J. Critt, who has previous experience with this series, has Judge Knott down cold. If her accent isn't Southern, her pace is. Good-humored and sociable, not much, except the affair of Knott's friend Cyl, seems to get to her. Some characters are voiced, some not. While not as emotionally involving or suspenseful as some audio mysteries, this is enjoyable all the same. J.B.G. (c) AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine"

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