Mark Twain wrote: The habits of all peoples are determined by their circumstances. The Bermudians lean upon barrels because of the scarcity of lamp-posts.
#3 in Whitley And Keal Mystery
Average Rating: 4.0
Another homicide has rocked the small town of Fallsburg, New York. In a cabin nestled deep in the woods, two male victims are discovered, both gunshot victims. One is deceased the other one is barely alive. But it is not the murder itself that has detectives Jean Whitley and her new partner Marty Keal frantic to find out the answers of what occurred in that cabin, but it is the identities of the two small children also found at the scene. One child is quickly identified, but the other, a young boy, remains a mystery. The only one with possible answers is the man who lays critically wounded and unconscious in the hospital, because the unidentified boy either cannot or will not speak. What happened in that cabin that left one man dead and another barely hanging on?
This is my favorite book in this series so far. It has just the right balance of mystery and suspense with progressive character development. Amy Deuchler voices these characters distinctly and appropriately. Her performance is quite satisfactory.
NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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