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Toured to Death

By: Hy Conrad
Narrated by: Carly Robins
Series: Amy’s Travel Mysteries, Book 1
Length: 9 hrs and 57 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Book a ticket with this all-new mystery series featuring Amy and Fanny Abel, a spunky mother-and-daughter duo of travel agents who find their mystery tour becoming all too real....

While Fanny takes care of the business end of Amy's Travel in New York City, Amy is traipsing around Monte Carlo, managing their first mystery-themed excursion, a road rally in which guests compete to solve a fictional murder along the way. Amy still has reservations about partnering up with her mother. But both women, having lost the men in their lives, need a fresh beginning.

The trip starts off without a hitch. Clues quickly mount, the competition is lively, and just when the suspense is peaking, the writer they hired to script their made-up mystery is found murdered in his New York apartment. Suddenly, on top of running a new venture together, mother and daughter must solve a real-life case of foul play while trying not to drive each other bonkers. But Amy and Fanny are ready, willing, and Abel to track down a clever killer with some serious emotional baggage, one who will go to any lengths to keep dark secrets from seeing the light of day.

©2014 Hy Conrad (P)2015 Audible Inc.

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"Fast-paced, entertaining, and a mystery-lover's treat." (John Clement, coauthor of the Dixie Hemingway series)

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  • Beatrice
  • 19-03-2015

Interesting Mystery

This is a very good mystery. I enjoyed the characters and plot twists. Also the story itself is unique and well written. The only reason I did not give it 5 stars is that sometimes it was hard to follow and I found myself going back because I thought I missed something. I also did not like the narrator.She did good with the foreign accents but her New York accent was stale.

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