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- A Paramour Bay Cozy Paranormal Mystery, Book 8
- Narrated by: Annalyse McCoy
- Length: 5 hrs and 17 mins
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A baffling whodunit arises while comical antics abound as USA Today bestselling author Kennedy Layne continues her Paramour Bay Mysteries . . .
Lady bugs, bumblebees, and butterflies are enjoying the humid summer days and nights in the quaint Connecticut coastal town of Paramour Bay. Completely exhausted, Raven Marigold is doing everything she can to keep her cool after the town mysteriously loses power. No electricity means no coffee . . . no coffee means that Raven's nerves are more than a bit frayed.
After a bit of investigating, Raven discovers evidence that witchcraft might have been involved in causing the power outage that has puzzled the residents and left them a little bit cranky. Well, their irritability turns into straight up panic when a possible murder victim is discovered smack dab in the middle of the town's cobblestone square.
Bring a flashlight if you want to help Raven and the rest of the gang solve this latest blackout mystery that will have you scrambling until the very last sentence!
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Better Than the Last, Downbeat Ending
I had been pretty bummed after listening to volume 7 and was almost ready to give up on this series but I felt like there was a little improvement with this volume. I will say I think the entire series would be improved by a different narrator. The two women who have narrated these stories are just not my favorite and almost remind me of having Siri or Alexa reading a story to me. I would love more emotion and personality to bring out the eccentricity of these characters and tales but the narrator just makes everything so-so. Some developments that have been building arrive in this story. I have been trying to figure out timelines and it is not easy but finally someone in the story mentioned Raven has been in Paramour Bay for 10 months after arriving in October, so here we are during a heat wave in August. So we have gone through 10 months in these 8 volumes. After not feeling as if there has been much growth with characters and in relationships this story develops both. I will say though the resolution of this mystery is definitely a downbeat. Not the typical satisfaction in a mystery solved and was a very different wrap up then what one typically sees in cozies. Every story starts with a summary of characters and events so far so no matter how long it has been since your last listen you will be oriented pretty quickly. Again I would be so curious to listen to one of these stories with a different narrator and see how much that would change my enjoyment of these stories. For instance Amanda Ronconi has often made me like cozy mysteries that were not that well written but her emotion and distinctive voices brought the story to life. This story I actually am very intrigued by the characters and the world being created but the voice makes things feel less interesting. This was definitely an improvement from the last edition and has once again made me hopeful for the next volume.
- Debbie Lacey
Another Fun Romp In Paramour Bay
I enjoy my visits with Raven and the characters who make this a fun read. Liam (hunky sheriff) is a keeper, and even Leo (cat familiar retrieved using necromancy - long story) has his moments. This visit was a little offbeat with a few more twists and turns that may or may not even be relevant to the subject murder, but I still enjoyed the relationship building throughout the investigation, and, yes, there is a cliffhanger of possible monumental portent. I hope the wait for the next book is not a long one.