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Strip for Murder Audiobook

Strip for Murder

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"Suspicious and dangerous accidents were happening. People were dying, including the private eye I had been sent to replace. I didn't like it. But hey, that's what I'm hired to do. I deal daily with murder and mayhem. The real problem was when I had to go undercover and UNCOVERED in a nudist camp, or as they called themselves 'naturalist'. Now, don't get me wrong, I have nothing against naked, especially when it comes in the form of one gorgeous blond tomato, but how did they expect me to protect anyone, when I have nowhere to conceal my gun?"

©1955 Richard Prather; (P)2005 Books in Motion

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  • Michael
    santa ana, CA, USA
    17/11/08
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    "Enjoyed the book"

    The book was great to listen to. Had lots of nice twists, made the drive easier.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • Anthony B. Ford
    Phoenix, Arizona, USA
    16/03/16
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    "Shell Scott deserves a good narrator"

    I love Shell Scott, but Heath Kezzier? P.U. Definitely not macho, and mispronounced easy words. Note: Aphrodite is a four syllable word. Corpuscle is pronounced like muscle, not "corpuscule." Prather deserves more.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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