• Solstice Goat

  • Patricia Fisher Blue Moon Mysteries, Book 1
  • By: Steve Higgs
  • Narrated by: Maryanne M. Wells
  • Length: 6 hrs and 25 mins
  • 3.9 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Patricia Fisher is trying to settle into village life, but the dead don’t won’t let her be. She’s a PI and used to investigating murder, but her latest case is just...well, it’s spooky.

What started as a missing person case goes south fast when a body is found in the woods marked with pagan symbols. It’s her client’s son-in-law, but the daughter is still out there, and a chance encounter with another investigator, none other than famed paranormal investigator Tempest Michaels, sets Patricia on a path of paranormal discovery and starts a race against time to save the missing woman.

The pagan symbols point to a hidden cult and the dread suspicion that they plan to sacrifice her client’s daughter at midnight on Orion’s solstice. And that’s tomorrow night! While the police chase false clues, Patricia’s super team follow the breadcrumbs, but they soon discover this case is far bigger than they thought. As they glimpse the truth, and her friends start to go missing, Patricia realizes she had come too far to stop now.

This humorous cozy mystery contains no cussing and no graphic descriptions of violence or sex.

©2020 Steve Higgs (P)2020 Steve Higgs

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Book was good but...

The high pitch of the narrarator is hard to take and not at all the Patricia Fisher voice in the first books aboard the ship. Not sure I can even continue listen to the book.

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The narrators voice grated

I enjoyed the storyline of this first Patricia Fisher mystery. The author involves characters that I am familiar with - Tempest Michaels, Big Ben and Frank from the bookstore. Patricia is an interesting character. The cult that she and Tempest faced sounded rather alarming.
I had to pace myself with this audiobook because the narrator's voice was at a pitch that grated on my nerves. I got a bit more used to it as time went on, but overall Patricia's voice was higher pitched than was pleasant for my ears. You may like it just fine.

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I couldn’t enjoy the narration, didn’t get past Chapter 1, so can’t comment on the story.

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Together

Patricia and Tempest and gangs joined forces in this mystery. Good blending of characters, enjoyable mystery and an enjoyable read.

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Solstice Goat Patricia Fisher Blue Moon Mysteries

Patricia is back home and once again tossed head first into a mystery with a murder or two or three. A body has been found in the woods of a man whose father in law has hired Patricia to find. The man's wife is still missing. When she arrives at the scene of the body she's met by the detective who helps her out. There she meets Tempest who specializes in paranormal cases.So the two team up and with her speciality in finding trouble and Tempest's in fixing trouble they make a spectacular team along with their sidekicks!!
Maryanne M. Wells is a phenomenal narrator as she brings this audio to life!!
Fantastic audio and story!!

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  • Angel Cross
  • 04-06-21

Love the mix of characters!

A great story which also adds characters from another series as they join together to figure out what's going on when a man is found murdered and his wife is missing. I just love the author's imagination and how swiftly and smoothly his mind works to create the most interesting stories. Such an intricate weave, and yet, he does it with ease! Don't miss out on a great adventure!
Great job by the narrator who brings the story to life!

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  • Rita Whinfield
  • 03-24-21

Loved the story

The story was excellent and went along nicely, keeping me entertained. I’m sorry to say I did not enjoy the narrator, her voice was irritating and her accents awful. She spoiled a great story. Other than that the story was a hit

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  • Kindle Customer Stephanie Bruford
  • 09-16-20

Voice of Patricia too shrill.

Great story, didn't like voice of Patricia. Far too shrill. Gave me a headache.

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  • K. J. Beanlands
  • 07-10-20

Dreadful narration

Love the Patricia Fisher books but can not listen to this one as the narrator is terrible. I will go and buy the kindle edition instead - what a waste of an audible credit.
Just loved the narrators of the cruise ship mysteries so makes this even more disappointing.
Had to switch off before the end of chapter one !