- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 11 hours and 22 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Recorded Books
- Audible.com Release Date: November 14, 2012
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00A7HXC2E
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Bonefire of the Vanities: Sarah Booth Delaney, Book 12 Audible – Unabridged
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The humor. Oh the humor. I was laughing my head off on pages 260 thru 262. I had been caught by a good argument on pages 51 and page 262. I would tell you why, but, then you might not take the effort to find out for yourselves and then what a mistake that would be.
Sarah Booth Delaney and Tinkie Bellcase Richmond are asked by their friend and psychic, Tammy Odom to look into one of her client's newest ideas. Tammy is getting scary dreams of her client's safety. Tammy also feels there might be a scam of some sort going on.
Sarah and Tinkie are still in a bit of trouble with their menfolk for being in such a dangerous job. What can going undercover for a couple of days hurt?
Plenty, it turns out. Armed guards, con artists, greed and more fill this house and Sarah Booth and Tinkie must use all of their talents, help from friends, and new 'guard pets' to get them safely back to Zinnia, Mississippi.
This was a terrific read and my only complaint is that I finished it so quickly and easily. Carolyn Haines is one of the best mystery Authors.
It's hard to pull for your protagonist when you can't stand her love interest and I can't stand Graf. He is just too damned perfect.UGH
The last book in this series (Bones of a Feather) was about the worst of the series but at least Graf wasn't around. This book was a little better but still not up to par with others.
The plot was confusing and I still am not sure what happened in the end.
There are 2 major plots going on that have nothing to do with each other and in each case, the villans of each plot could have acquired their respective goals with a LOT less trouble than they went to.
Sarah Booth and Tinky are holed up in this weird compound that seems to have to do with either learning to rule the world or talking to dead people or both.
Not much of it made sense.
After a while Graf shows up undercover to help out. WTH. I thought he was a famous Hollywood Movie Star. Why didn't anyone recognize him? There was never any mention of his being in disguise.
I won't bother going into the plot much because it didn't make a whole lotta sense.
These books just keep getting sillier and sillier. I will keep reading them in the hopes that Sarah Booth will finally realize what a shallow idiot Graf is