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Summer Lightning in Lottawatah is the ninth book in the Brianna Sullivan Mysteries series. A novella-length story, Summer Lightning in Lottawatah continues the spooky, yet funny saga of reluctant psychic Brianna Sullivan who planned to travel the country in her motor home looking for adventure but unexpectedly ended up in a small town in Oklahoma.

In Summer Lightning in Lottawatah, Brianna fights to save her fiancé, Cooper Jackson, from murder one charges. Unexpectedly, she finds herself teamed up with Sassy Jackson, her none too thrilled mother-in-law-to-be. The unlikely pair risk life and limb to discover who framed Cooper for the murder of an ex-con. When everything in her life seems to be falling apart, it's up to Brianna to learn which mortals and which ghosts can be trusted to tell the truth. Big changes ahead. Will life in Lottawatah ever be the same?

©2012 Evelyn David (P)2015 Evelyn David

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  • Wanda
  • 26-11-2015

Short but packed with electricity!

I really enjoy this series! The mysteries are well-crafted and the narration fits the personality of Brianna, the reluctant psychic, very well!

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  • John S.
  • 15-08-2020

Narration ruined it

I could've read it better myself! Using Text-to-Speech for the print edition would work better than buying this audiobook.

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  • Me & My Girls
  • 23-12-2015

Terrible Narrator

The written version of this Brianna Sullivan mystery is probably a decent read, nothing great but a good enough story. Unfortunately since replacing the old narrator Wendy Tremont King with Lisa King the listening experience has seriously declined. She reads in a stilted monotone with very little difference in tone or inflection. I'm just sorry I neglected to listen to the sample provided by Audible.

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