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When the Party Died

Brock & Poole Series, Book 3
Written by: A.G. Barnett
Narrated by: Nigel Patterson
Length: 4 hrs and 58 mins

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Publisher's Summary

The launch of a new exhibit at Bexford museum is derailed when Brock and Poole discover a body in its midst. With rumors of a lost treasure, a confusing array of suspects, and a personal stake in the case, they must focus to find their culprit. Which isn't going to be easy....

Detective Sergeant Guy Poole is dreading confronting his mother with the truth and faces losing a second parent from his life. Detective Inspector Sam Brock's life is changing, and there are big decisions to make for the future. Can they untangle the web of mystery to find their killer?

©2018 A.G. Barnett (P)2019 Tantor

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  • Ms Peach
  • 20-01-19

Great!

I love the characters in these books. The author has made them authentic and multidimensional. The dialogue has the dry humor you can imagine in a workplace. The plot is excellent and the story moves along such you hate to stop listening. The narrator is outstanding.

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  • HMD
  • 07-10-19

Disgusted

Though the characters are likable and a continuing storyline is sometimes acceptable, this ending g shows contempt for the reader (listener). Not sure I'll continue the series.

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  • Virginia S. O'Bryan
  • 13-07-19

Awesome

Love the story line. Narrator is awesome. Highly recommend this entire series. Can’t wait for next book!

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  • s. morrin
  • 13-06-19

Is the reader the problem?

The book is s decent work for lovers of British crime, but I think a reader with a graver delivery would complement it better. The reader is skilled, but uses a lilting, light tone that detracts from the subject matter, murder. I found myself unsure whether the author meant to be tongue in cheek, or it just sounded that way. I may have to read, rather than listen, to this series in order to form my own opinion.

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  • Wende
  • 12-03-19

Wonderful

Loved this story. What a great mystery that had me guessing wrong so many times. The narrator was berry good. Each personality shown through beautifully. The ending made me want the next one now. Shame on you author! 😈😈 way to keep your readers on their toes.