- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 6 hours and 40 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Audible Studios
- Audible.com Release Date: August 3, 2016
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01JJCQMRO
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Lucky Stiff: Lillian Byrd Crime Series, Book 3 Audiobook – Unabridged
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Lillian isn't a cop, a private eye, or even a mystery writer. She's a sometimes journalist who is always down on her luck and she just happens to get herself in the middle of a murder. She's so ordinary that you just gotta love her. Some of the funniest lines are about Lillian's pet rabbit, Todd, who has a lot of personality and plays games with her. In Lucky Stiff, Todd is getting old and I feel like I'm going to miss him like he's my own pet.
In Lucky Stiff, we find out what happened to Lillian's parents, who died in a fire. Only it's not that simple. And, Lillian's true love, Minerva, makes another appearance.
If you get one Lillian Byrd book, get them all because you'll want to keep reading about Lillian once you start. I wish Elizabeth Sims would write more in this series.
What a fantastic story. I just loved it. The pacing is perfect, the discoveries and intrigue are well placed and kept me listening without wanting to stop. Sims has a great style for mystery and she writes compelling characters who you really feel for.
This series is narrated by Dina Pearlman. I love the pairing of Sims and Pearlman. They work perfectly together.
One of the coolest things for me is how Pearlman does male voices. I often find that narrators who are doing voices of the opposite gender can exaggerate the differences between the genders, like making a male voice overly gruff or scratchy. I find Pearlman manages to handle male voices without jarring me out of the story. Which is a huge compliment.
The deeper I go in the series the better it gets. Don’t get me wrong, I have enjoyed it from the beginning but there is something epically enjoyable about a series that just gets better as you go.