- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 2 hours and 12 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Barbara Markley
- Audible.com Release Date: April 25, 2014
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00JXQN0TK
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Death by Didgeridoo: A Jamie Quinn Mystery Audiobook – Unabridged
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Along with former public defender BFF Grace and questionable PI ‘Duke’ Brossard, Jamie sets off uncovering more than a few motives and suspects. Spike, the drummer of a heavy metal band the Screaming Zombies, owns a music shop of the same name and is not short on ‘ego’ and conflicts. There’s the lawsuit from his former band mates, mean and nasty attitude, former lovers, domestic violence, and money, there's always money. Jamie interrogates many of the suspects leading to more questions than answers, and Skypes Adam's hypnotherapy session…he is the key. However, a second body puts the whole investigation ‘off key.’
This is truly a delightful series! Jamie is a quirky with low self-esteem issues, but she is a young woman trying to find her way…very realistic! She loves her family, misses her mom, and discovers she is a lot more capable than she thought. Her gutsy attitude standing up to the State Attorney, Nick Dimitropoulos, hell-bent on railroading Adam is impressive, and the banter with friends and suspects is entertaining. It is a quick read, or listen in my case, but not short on enjoyment.
Narrator Carrie Lee Martz lends a marvelous skill hitting the mark with her dry tone for Jamie, southern drawl for the PI, and a New York twang for Marian. She provides the emotional fear for Aunt Peg and the difficult communication for Adam. I was totally caught up in the experience.
I was so pleased that Jamie Quinn, attorney, was an intelligent and fun to know main character.
Jamie Quinn's nephew Adam is accused of murdering his music teacher, a former rock star and a not-nice guy. Adam has Asperger's Syndrome so he's unable to describe what happened or why he was standing over his dead music teacher with blood on his hands. Jamie wants to help, so she calls in a favor owed to her by a former client.
This book was a quick read, smart, funny and so enjoyable. I felt connected to Jamie, I liked her and I look forward to reading the next books in the series. I'm always delighted to find a new series that is truly entertaining and engaging.
Her name is Jamie Quinn. She is a divorce lawyer that is called in to help out a young cousin in trouble. She rushed to his side and the story begins to take shape from there. The mystery was easy to follow and with the help of Duke, the lady killer private eye, the facts started building and making sense
This is my first time reading Barbara Venkstaram. I am already moving on to book 2.
Jaimie, a lawyer, gets a phone call from her aunt Peg saying her cousin Adam has been arrested for the murder of his music teacher. She calls her friend Grace up who was a criminal lawyer, at one time, and asks for advice. With the help of another lawyer and a private investigator named Duke who reminds me of a PI that belongs in the 1930s or 40s. Another death to throw suspicion onto someone else and a bit of leg work and Jaimie figures it out and with a little help sets the trap
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