• The Body in the Hole

  • The Undertaker Series, Book 1
  • By: Jonathan B. Zeitlin
  • Narrated by: Paul L. Coffey
  • Length: 10 hrs and 18 mins
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Obnoxious, morally ambiguous protagonist? Check! Murder that needs solving? Check! Bungling amateur detective? Cops with no sense of humor? Yes, this story has it all! It’s Agatha Christie meets Inspector Clouseau in this darkly comedic murder mystery. Get a copy and find out who cracks the case first. Still on the fence? Read the reviews. How could 30 readers be wrong?

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Great read for any mystery lover!

This murder-mystery novel is dark and moody, with brilliantly added humor. Listening to this book on Audible easily got me through my two-hour daily walks feeling entertained and looking forward to what was coming next. The writing is articulate, well composed, with realistic dialogue. How can you not like a fast-paced story with so many interesting and eccentric characters? Excellent narration, with just the right voice, accentuation, and tone. Unfortunately, if I don’t like the voice of the narrator, I can’t focus on the story, and I will stop listening. Not an issue in this book!! Yvgeny Jedynak- an undertaker by trade, and wannabe detective the rest of the time, is going to get to the bottom of a murder before the incompetent small-town police screw it up. Yvgeny has a lot of confidence (haha). The plot is skillfully developed, with vivid passages and great descriptions that put the reader in the scenes, without exposure to extreme violence. I highly recommend this novel.