• Bubba and the Curious Cadaver

  • Bubba Mysteries, Book 8
  • By: C L Bevill
  • Narrated by: Mike Alger
  • Length: 9 hrs and 40 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)

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Bubba and the Curious Cadaver

By: C L Bevill
Narrated by: Mike Alger
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Publisher's Summary

What does a gentlemen's club, mysterious men in black, a dead body, a broken down car with a lady in dire need, a heavily pregnant beauteous sheriff's deputy, and Miz Demetrice trying to unionize exotic dancers have in common?

Why, it's Bubba Snoddy and the day things went south, yet again. Quite naturally, or unnaturally, there is a humdinger of a mystery, and Bubba is right in the middle of it.

©2017 CL Bevill LLC (P)2018 CL Bevill LLC

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It's the narrator

The story is cute and the characters are likable as always in this story. Unfortunately I cannot get past the narrator's female voices. They all sound like they belong in a Warner Brothers cartoon. I'm going to swap my narrated copy for something was print as I do like the series and enjoy the author's writing.