• Paws of the Yeti (A Darkly Comic Cozy Mystery Thriller)

  • Blue Moon Investigations, Book 7
  • By: Steve Higgs
  • Narrated by: Charles Robert Fox
  • Length: 5 hrs and 43 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (21 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

On the slopes of the French Alps, there is blood on the snow. Something abominable is striking fear into the inhabitants and visitors of a remote ski resort. 

Tempest Michaels isn’t worried though, the Yeti will just be a smokescreen designed to focus attention away from the real crime. It will just be a man in a suit; it always is. But the client is the owner of a hotel which means he’s got an all-expenses-paid break in the magnificent mountains while he tries to solve his latest case. He couldn’t be happier. 

However, when he makes his way up the mountain to start his investigation, he meets with a sight that shocks him to his core and guarantees that his will be his most perilous case yet. With the Dachshunds doing their best to avoid the cold and Big Ben distracted by the abundant snow bunnies on offer, Tempest might be in for a tougher test than he expected. 

Join him and his friends as he investigates the Paws of the Yeti.

©2019 Steve Higgs (P)2020 Steve Higgs

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Paws of the Yeti

This was my first Blue Moon Investigations story by Steve Higgs. It was great. I enjoyed following the mystery and trying to solve it before the conclusion of the story. Well written and narrated. The characters were interesting and believable. This was book seven in the series, so I am looking forward to reading the previous six books. Great read and I will definitely be recommending this book to my family and friends.

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This story starts out like the usual "Blue Moon Investigation" stories but changes when Tempest gets chased down the mountain by an actual creature and not some guy in a costume. The usual friends are there to help him solve the case but this time the "other guys" with their wives get involved too.
This is a good mystery with likeable characters, humor, and some twists.
The narrator does a good job with different voices and this was a very enjoyable listen

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Paws of the Yeti (A Darkly Comic Cozy Mystery Thri

Tempest has a case in France at a hotel in the mountains. A young woman was killed by a Yeti and he is to investigate. Things are not as they seem as he starts his investigation. It seems all his friends are with him and the case is more intricate than imagined. On investigating the site of the murder he and his friends and the local police chief are chased by what looks like a Yeti. Well there went the idea that it was a man in a costume. Now his investigation gets a little complicated. Added to this complication is his as yet undefined relationship with his partner, Amanda.
Charles Robert Fox is an excellent narrator who adds color to Tempest and his friends!!
Fantastic audio and story!!

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Terrific story

But too much work to understand the narrator. Listening should be enjoyable but this narrator makes it a lot of work with his muddled speech. However I am definitely looking forward to another book by this author.

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  • Hazel Gracie
  • 10-31-21

Me Wriggley ? Seriously??

I couldn’t concentrate on the story because the narration was dreadful but when I heard the above phrase I knew it was definitely not for me, I do wish I could return audible books when they turn out to be duds

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  • Angel Cross
  • 09-13-20

Criminy! It's a real Yeti!!!

This author has an incredible imagination and gift for telling amazing stories. Debunking is the name of the game for Tempest Michaels, but can THIS story be debunked? The ensuing investigation is gripping! Excellent narration by Charles Robert Fox. Don't miss out on this fantastic adventure!

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  • locky8
  • 06-30-20

Another mystery for Tempest to solve.

Tempest and his team travel to the French ski slopes to investigate the case of the Yeti who has murdered one girl and harmed another. As usual Tempest is hoping to debunk it but when he gets up close he begins to think this Yeti might be the real thing. A great story that kept me hooked from beginning to end. The only thing I will say is the narrators voice isn't how I imagined Tempest to sound and he struggles with the female voices. But he does sound posh and like ex military. But just not Tempest enough and a bit monotone. But the story is really good and I did enjoy it and the reveal at the end was fab. I received a free copy of this book from the author but the opinions expressed are my own.