Red Sky in Mourning

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (8.12 hours)
Product Number: Z00172
Released: Jul 01, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781461833079
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Helen Bradley has arrived at a charming bed and breakfast on a small peninsula off the coast of Washington, where she will assemble a regional travel guide. Soon, Helen discovers that the woman who began the guide may have been murdered. Then a local fisherman disappears. But when Helen herself is attacked, she knows she must investigate. Helen's search will lead her to the sea and buried secrets that threaten the security of the entire community. Cristine McMurdo-Wallis' assured narration provides the perfect voice for the intrepid Helen. With its scenic settings and mounting suspense, Red Sky in Mourning will keep you enthralled until the final word.


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Red Sky in Mourning
Product Number: BX00005385
Product Number:CK518
Product Number:Z00172

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Product Number CK518
Released: Mar 07, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781449857745

Professional reviews

"Helen Bradley's second career, as a writer, is just taking off as her second husband is facing retirement from the FBI. When Helen's latest writing assignment turns out to include a murder investigation, she and her husband find themselves working together to stop a string of killings along the rugged coast of the Pacific Northwest. Christine McMurdo-Wallis brings the right blend of feminine emotion and detached analysis into her performance. Her naturally deep voice enables her to deliver the masculine characters convincingly, and the older women with compassion and understanding. During the preachier portions of the story, McMurdo-Wallis clearly portrays the intent of the text, including its judgment on the depravity of anyone who consumes alcohol. R.P.L. (c) AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine"

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