Secrets to the Grave
by Tami Hoag [Compact Disc Hoag]
received this book on CD for free at a conference, but it is available
for check-out at Lincoln City Libraries. I have never read any of Tami
Hoag's work before, but I think I will again in the future. This is a
great mystery set in the early 1980's. Marissa Fordham, a local
free-spirited artist and single mother, has been brutally murdered.
Although the town of Oak Knoll is recovering from the previous year's
string of serial murders, this murder appears not to be connected in any
way. Yet, there's no lack of suspects running around. Everyone loved
Marissa, but clearly, someone wanted her dead. This was the first
audiobook I've listened to that had the reader doing various 'voices'
for the different characters. It got a little tiring, for me, as some of
the voices sounded a little hokey--but when there's only one person
doing ten or twelve voices, it's going to be challenging, I'm sure.
Overall, I really enjoyed the story and was pleasantly surprised by the
ending! -- recommended by Tracy T. - Bennett Martin Public Library [ see Tracy's Reviewer Profile and more of her reviews ]
[If you enjoy this, you may also wish to try Angel's Advocate by Mary Stanton or Waking the Dead by Kylie Brant.]
[Also available in traditional print format.]
[ official Tami Hoag web site ]
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