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That Affair Next Door

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Dawn Larsen

11 Hours 11 Minutes

LibriVox

January 2011

Audio Book Summary

The dead body of a woman was found under a large cabinet. But she had been dead four hours before the cabinet fell upon her. The owners of the house had been on vacation and the place empty. Who was she and why was she in the empty house all alone? Summary by Dawn L.

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  • Lisa M

    Interesting book. Narration seemed like a computer was reading Most of the time

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  • Tonya H.

    I love the ending never expected it

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  • Cynthia G

    The book was very good.

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  • Bill Meadows

    Worst narration ever. I had to turn it off after 10 minutes . Do not buy this book!

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  • MaryLou C

    Narration was awful. Book itself was good, but her voice was so monotone, it could put you to sleep.

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  • Colleen N.

    Awful narrator. Totally spoilt the enjoyment of this book. Could not get into the story owing to the awful, expressionless, monotone reader.

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  • Catherine P.

    I don’t usually post reviews but I feel impelled to do do with this book. I couldn’t get past more than 20 minutes into the book. The narrator was terrible starting with her accent. The narration was a detractor. Book over.

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  • Candice B.

    unable to listen to this narration very mechanical like listening to a beginning reader

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  • Anonymous

    Great story. Worth listening to, not boring at all.

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  • Gretchen Brewin

    The plot was intriguing but regrettably the narrator was not- moving between stilted to teenage sing-song to strange timing and pitch I too often became distracted from the plot to narrator- never a good sign.

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