Mourning Gloria

Mourning Gloria

by Susan Wittig Albert

Narrated by Therese Plummer, Julia Gibson

Unabridged — 9 hours, 52 minutes

Mourning Gloria

Mourning Gloria

by Susan Wittig Albert

Narrated by Therese Plummer, Julia Gibson

Unabridged — 9 hours, 52 minutes

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Overview

This 19th mystery in the China Bales series is a cozy herbal treat from national best-selling author Susan Wittig Albert. While Pecan Springs bustles back to life in the warmth of spring, one woman's life is tragically brought to an end. Assigned to cover the story, an intern from the local paper gets too deeply involved. When she disappears, China is determined to find her-before the young journalist becomes headlines herself.

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AUGUST 2011 - AudioFile

Julia Gibson nails the female characters in this mystery, imbuing them with subtle but distinctive tonal qualities. She especially reflects China’s changing moods as the Pecan Springs, Texas, herbalist carries out a homicide investigation involving psychoactive plants and takes on the role of mother to her 11-year-old niece. Gibson and Thérèse Plummer maintain an engaging pace, and Gibson gives China a slight Texas twang. The male characters, who play only a small part in this story, are not as distinctive and sound a bit strained. Still, listeners won’t go wrong with this pleasant cozy. S.C.A. © AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine

AUGUST 2011 - AudioFile

Julia Gibson nails the female characters in this mystery, imbuing them with subtle but distinctive tonal qualities. She especially reflects China’s changing moods as the Pecan Springs, Texas, herbalist carries out a homicide investigation involving psychoactive plants and takes on the role of mother to her 11-year-old niece. Gibson and Thérèse Plummer maintain an engaging pace, and Gibson gives China a slight Texas twang. The male characters, who play only a small part in this story, are not as distinctive and sound a bit strained. Still, listeners won’t go wrong with this pleasant cozy. S.C.A. © AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine

Product Details

BN ID: 2940169332209
Publisher: Recorded Books, LLC
Publication date: 05/27/2011
Series: China Bayles Series , #19
Edition description: Unabridged
Sales rank: 1,152,624
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