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Something's Fishy (A Quirky, Comical Adventure)

An Aggie Underhill Mystery, Book 1
Narrated by: Patricia Elliott
Series: An Aggie Underhill Mystery, Book 2
Length: 4 hrs and 10 mins
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Summary

Join Aggie as she flies with her best friend Betty to Palm Springs where a $200,000 fish is stolen, an actress is kidnapped, and a man is murdered. Naturally curious, Aggie can’t help getting involved. Despite numerous warnings from her daughter to mind her own business, Aggie takes matters into her own hands.

©2020 Michelle Ann Hollstein (P)2020 Michelle Ann Hollstein

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A brilliant quirky mystery great book

A brilliant quirky mystery I so enjoyed this book it's good fun and very funny the antics of Betty, narration is really good

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Enjoyable light cosy mystery series

This book and the following books and short stories are enjoyable. They give you enough background to flesh out the main characters without being bogged down in detail. I really enjoyed listening to them all ( bar the first as not available on Audible sadly). They are great for the times you want to enjoy a book without having to mentally work at listening ( like say Charles Dickens books). The trio makes a slightly different trio of sleuths than are the normal - yes Aggie is the main sleuth but the others help in their own way. If you want a series to listen to as you relax or if you are doing something that needs something boring that does not need your full attention these books are perfect as if you miss anything easy to rewind. Perfect books for chilling out.

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  • audra dryer
  • 27-08-20

Something's Fishy

Another super cute and enjoyable story in the world of Aggie Underhill and her friends. I love hearing the crazy madcap adventures of the friends. Can't wait for the next tale! Well written by Michelle Ann Hollstein.

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  • Nicole
  • 20-08-20

Great story

Cute cozy with lots of comedy. Loved seeing Aggie and roger and Betty all together great story with a. Little mystery thrown in for fun. Great continuation of the Aggie underhill series I received a free copy and left my honest review

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  • Leticia Crow
  • 08-08-20

loved it!

a little predictable but still very fun! I love these stories short or long! i would recommend this story to all mystery lovers!

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  • Neesie315
  • 15-07-20

Something's Fishy

Aggie Underhill and her friend, Betty, have traveled from England to visit Betty's cousin, Roger, in Palm Springs. Roger, an interior designer, has recently purchased an extremely expensive fish and has big plans to use the fish to promote his business. However, the fish is kidnapped, a local actress is missing and Aggie can't resist a good mystery. If you love quirky characters, light-hearted mysteries and great fun, this book (and all the others in the series) are perfect! Just the thing for a beach read or as an audiobook to listen to as you do your mundane chores or commute. The narrator, Patricia Elliott, does a great job and her voices for the different characters adds a lot to the listener's enjoyment. I was given the chance to listen to the Audible version of this book by the author, but the opinions in this review are entirely my own.

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  • B.McGrath
  • 04-10-20

fishy

New to this series, so I would have benefited from a quick synopsis of how main characters are connected and who they are. Instead, I'm left to flounder and guess!! So many superficial fools in one place that I couldn't connect or invest in anyone. Not my type of book. I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this and am giving an honest review. The narrator was okay.

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  • Frog Lady
  • 27-07-20

quirky, yes. enjoyable, not so much

Except for one character, the narrator gave everybody in this book a totally unconvincing British accent. The story line was full of inconsistencies, like Aggie admiring Lance's ring & asking how he and Tiffany met while they were in the midst of chasing.a suspected murderer during a blinding raindtorm! And I got sick of hearing about Roger alternately stroking and twitching his mustache. How does one twitch a mustache?? These books seem out of sequence too - book 2 introduces us to Betty's cousin Roger, but in book 1, Aggie & Betty have bought a condo in the same town! I only bought book 2 because my husband & I listen together while on car trips, and he thought Book 1 was OK. He can't talk me into wasting any more credits on Aggie Underhill!