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Sam Prichard has recovered from his last mission to save the world, and is back to being a normal private eye. Suddenly, he's got three seemingly unrelated cases, but the clues keep leading him to the same places and people. He's decided there's something fishy going on, but then he wakes up and finds that one of his clients is dead, and he is the only possible suspect.

©2015 David Archer (P)2015 David Archer

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 14-11-2016

Framed

This is a great way to spend time. This book was exciting and you really to add the narration. You will love the songs as much as the storyline

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  • William
  • 18-05-2016

The best one yet

I have so enjoyed this series of stories about Sam and Indie and this was the best yet. I just had to keep on listening and can't wait till the next story.

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  • Wayne
  • 29-04-2016

Sam Prichard and the depraved dentist!

Framed is Book 4 in the 8 novel Sam Prichard private detective series. This is a light and fun murder/crime mystery. Sam, Indie and Kelsey settle down to a more routine family life after the dirty nuclear bombs of Book 3 as Sam and Indie go back to their private detective business and Sam continues recovering from being shot.

Sam gets several new cases that seem to be somewhat linked although the link is unclear. As the investigation appears to implicate a dentist the dentist's wife is murdered and Sam is framed for her murder.

The investigation is led by Indie, but her mother (Sam's crazy mother-in-law) and her personal ghost Beauregard prove important to solving the mystery of the depraved dentist and getting Sam and others out of jail.

A very entertaining listen.

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  • M L Couch
  • 21-04-2016

Another great read!

Fast paced. Clean suspense which is greatly appreciated. Fun and interesting characters with plenty of twists and turns, love this character and author,

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  • Steve Manke
  • 27-10-2018

Any plot device worth using is worth overusing...

Prichard's time a singer turns out not to be a single book experiment. And the songs intercut into the previous audiobook were just the beginning. The gimmick was repeated in this release.

This book was interesting, though everyone in Sam's town seems to be susceptible to posthypnotic suggestion. The plot device is first used to great effect, then overused, then run entirely into the ground. Still, the story was compelling and the pages kept turning. I'm enjoying the series.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 11-08-2016

weak

couldn't finish. way too convenient connections in the story and to many redundancies...lost interest

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  • 26-05-2016

Brilliant as usual...

Brilliant as usual. Nice to see Indie getting a bit more focus, but I did miss Sam.

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