• A Typo, a Werewolf, and Two Dopey Dachshunds

  • Blue Moon Investigations: An Origin Story
  • By: steve higgs
  • Narrated by: Charles Robert Fox
  • Length: 2 hrs and 59 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (29 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Tempest Michaels is about to have a bad week. 

When a newspaper ad typo sends all manner of daft paranormal enquiries his way, PI Tempest Michaels has no sense of the trouble and danger heading his way. 

In no time at all, he has multiple cases to investigate, but it’s all ridiculous nonsense like minor celebrity Richard Claythorn, who believes he is being stalked by a werewolf and a shopkeeper in a nearby village with an invisible thief.

Solving these cases might be fun if his demanding mother (why are there no grandchildren, Tempest?) didn’t insist on going with him, but the simple case of celebrity stalking might not be all it seems when he catches a man lurking behind the client’s property just in time to see him step into the moonlight and begin to transform.

All he wanted was a nice easy job where he got to be his own boss and could take his trusty Dachshunds to work. How much trouble can a typo cause?

The paranormal? It’s all nonsense, but proving it might get him killed.

©2019 steve higgs (P)2019 steve higgs

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eh

I'm sure the story could have been really great, but we hated the narration. meh.

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Unique, Humorous, & Enjoyable Story

A Typo, a Werewolf, and Two Dopey Dachshunds by Steve Higgs is an original story in the Blue Moon Investigations series. Because of a typo in Tempest Michaels (Paranormal Detective) newspaper add about Blue Moon Investigations which Tempest thought would kill his dream, he now has clients who are willing to pay for his services and he can take his dachshunds to work. His first cases are a celebrity with a werewolf stalker and a shopkeeper with an invisible thief. This is an excellently written story with a unique and interesting storyline with well developed and delightful characters which will keep you laughing throughout. Charles Robert Fox brought Tempest to life and made this an enjoyable listen. Received an audiobook ARC and this is my voluntary review.

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looove your books!

I read a Patricia Fisher by chance, then read them all and now have read 4 blue moon books. I love the author Notes at the end.

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Gotta love the dogs.

This is a great prequel for a series. I'm looking forward to reading/listening to more of the shenanigans. For those that would like to know if it's something I'd relisten to then yes, I do believe I will.
The narrator brought it to life.
This book was given to me for free at my request from the publisher or author or narrator and I provided this unbiased voluntary review.

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A Good Humorous Story

I laughed and chuckled listening to this story about P.I. Tempest Michaels getting multiple cases because of a typo in a newspaper ad. Tempest gets a lot of paranormal inquiries his way, P.I. Tempest Michaels has no sense of the trouble and danger heading his way.

Tempest starts with a ridiculous nonsense like minor celebrity Richard Claythorn, who believes he is being stalked by a werewolf and a shopkeeper in a nearby village with an invisible thief.

The simple case of celebrity stalking might not be all it seems when he catches a man lurking behind the client’s property just in time to see him step into the moonlight and begin to transform.

All Tempest wanted was a nice easy job where he got to be his own boss and could take his trusty Dachshunds to work but this typo causes more problems.

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the title is perfect

Entertaining story and the beginning of a new series. great quirky characters, light mysteries with satisfying endings and a fun listen ..very enjoyable.

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A Typo, A Werewolf, and Two Dopey Dachshunds

Tempest has gotten out of military service and starting a new career as a detective . He's placed an ad in the paper and is excited tji check it out,. That's when he discovered there's been an error. Somehow an word was added---Paranormal! He goes to the newspaper office but they're unable tji help him at that moment because the paper won't be out for two weeks. He's in good office hoping geek get calls Ann's wondering how that one little word I'd glob tji affect his business. Then the calls start coming in asking for his help with ghosts, werewolves and other weird things. Now he hcas hogs hands full trying to figure out what's true and what's not. One thing I'd for certain there are a lot of weird people around!

Charles Robert Fox is the epitome of a true English Male and begins Tempest tji life.
Fantastic audio and story!

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A little ruff but fun

This isn’t my usual type of story, but It really reeled me in and kept me interested. A really cute tale.

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  • Kim Miraut
  • 05-03-20

Brought a smile to my face

The story was amusing. The narration fell flat for me. will try another, different narrator.