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Book Review

Sophomore Slump
by Alan Lee

#1 in Mackenzie August

Category:  Modern Detective Mystery

Average Rating:  5.0

Mackenzie August, an up-and-coming private investigator, moves to his new office with visions of clients carting in bags of cash. He doesn't have to wait long for his first visitor, and she's a knockout...

Sheriff Stackhouse may be gorgeous but Mackenzie questions whether she's trying to kill him. A dangerous criminal has moved to town, a heavy hitter mobilizing the drug trade. Mack's job: Go undercover teaching at an inner city school and scour the halls for information leading to the criminal's identity, a task that could result in a deadly showdown.


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Rating:  5

Scott Ellis does a remarkable job of voicing the rather diverse and quirky cast of nicely drawn characters in this humorous modern detective mystery. With a double major in criminal justice and English, and an unapologetic sense of humor, Mackenzie is uniquely suited for this undercover assignment. It makes for a delightfully funny and entertaining listen. The mystery is wrapped up satisfactorily in the end, but one wants to hear more from these characters. This looks to be a promising series.

NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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