Audiobook Review: Night of the Living Deed by E.J. Copperman

Posted December 11th, 2013 by in 2013 Read, 4.25 Wine Glasses, Audiobook, Reviews / 6 comments

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Audiobook Review: Night of the Living Deed by E.J. CoppermanSource: Audiobook Purchase

Night of the Living Deed by E.J. Copperman
Narrator: Amanda Ronconi
Length: 10 hrs and 3 mins


Date Read: October 2013

Goodreads

Welcome to the first Haunted Guest House mystery-the getaway every reader can afford.

Newly divorced Alison Kerby wants a second chance for herself and her nine-year-old daughter. She's returned to her hometown on the Jersey Shore to transform a Victorian fixer-upper into a charming-and profitable-guest house. One small problem: the house is haunted, and the two ghosts insist Alison must find out who killed them.

More Information:
Publisher: Audible, Berkley Prime Crime
Series: A Haunted Guesthouse Mystery #1


Also by this author: An Univited Ghost, Old Haunts, Inspector Specter, The Thrill of the Haunt, Ghost in the Wind
Also in this series: An Univited Ghost, Old Haunts, Inspector Specter, The Thrill of the Haunt, Ghost in the Wind

My Thoughts on

 

Listened for fun (Audible)
Tracking Books Read Review (Short)
Overall Rating: 4.25
Story Rating: 4.25
Character Rating: 4.25

Audio Rating: 4.50 (not part of the overall rating)

First Thought when Finished: Night of the Living Deed had great characters, a solid mystery, and ghosts who added a bit of unusual to the story!

Story Thoughts: Confession: I picked up this book based on the fact that Amanda Ronconi narrated it. Yes I have gotten to the point where I will pick up books that I haven’t heard of because of the narrators. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I actually enjoyed the story. I had not heard of E.J. Copperman but I think fans of Juliet Blackwell’s Haunted Renovation series would really like this one. Alison is a strong leading lady, single mom, and she can see ghosts which is problematic at times. This particular element has a twist in that one of the ghosts is a private detective trying to solve his own murder. What ensues is just a fun who-dun-it with ghosts, moms, daughters, PTA’s, and house renovations. Overall this was just a ton of fun and I can’t wait for the 2nd one to come out in audio (these are older books so they are already out in ebook).

Audio Thoughts:

Narrated By Amanda Ronconi / Length: 10 hrs and 3 mins

Amanda Ronconi simply rocks in most cases and this was no exception. She pulled off Allison, her daughter, her mother, and the two ghosts extremely well. Her timing was dead-on and the personality used was perfect for the characters. I totally recommend this one on audio!

Final Thoughts: Night of the Living Deed surprised me with fun, ghosts, and a leading lady I could root for!

 

FTC Disclosure

 

Story Rating
4.5 / 5
Character Rating
4 / 5
Narrator Rating
4.5 / 5
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