Goodnight, Irene

Author(s): Jan Burke
Series: Irene Kelly Mysteries Series No: 1
Imprint: Lone Star Audio
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (9.58 hours)
Product Number: Z2909
Released: Mar 28, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781456105129
Narrator/s: Eliza Foss
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Packed with intrigue and danger, Jan Burke's Irene Kelly mysteries thrill her many avid fans. The morning after Irene says goodnight to her old journalist friend O'Connor, he is killed suddenly upon opening a letter bomb. As the smoke clears, a devastated Irene determines to find the mail-bomber by tracing threads of an unsolved crime from 1955-the same cold case O'Connor had been obsessed with.


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Goodnight, Irene
Product Number: BX00002866
Product Number:C4511
Product Number:Z2909

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RBdigital Unlimited Audio - Pub Library - US Collection
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RBdigital Unlimited Audio - Pub Library - Canada Collection
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All formats/editions

Author(s): Jan Burke
Narrator(s): Eliza Foss
Product Number C4511
Released: Mar 07, 2008
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781436107686
Author(s): Jan Burke
Product Number EB00573750
Released: Sep 25, 2014
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Pocket Books
ISBN: #9780743483346

Professional reviews

"Jan Burke's Irene Kelly mysteries continue as the Southern California reporter finds herself investigating the death of a friend who was a journalist. Soon she falls into the same trap that had him obsessed since 1955--an unsolved murder involving an unidentified female body. While the story is exciting and original, the narration leaves much to be desired. Eliza Foss reads with such a forced tone that it makes it hard to take this story seriously. Delving too far into character, Foss comes off sounding strained and monotonous, at times even robotic. As a result, the story has no tension or mystery--no intrigue or suspense. It's a testament to how overacting can ruin a good story. L.B. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"

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