St. George, UT, September 23, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Most mysteries are a “who-done-it” mystery, but this series is totally different. Amelia Moore specializes in missing persons. The difference between cozies and other mysteries is that a cozy is always G-rated and the main character is always a woman. A cozy will usually take place in a small town, but with Amelia, her cases have taken her to some very interesting places. With the help of Rick Bonito, she always solves the case.
This series is not only an e-book and hard copy, but it is now on audio. Audiobooks can bring everything to life as you listen to the many voices of the narrator. You hear the apprehension, suspense, humor, and flirtations in the person’s voice as you sit and listen to the story. It’s entertainment at its best.
Red Mountain Shadows Publishing presents The Bali Mystery: Amelia Moore Detective Series by Author Linda Weaver Clarke. With narrator, Diane Lehman, you feel part of the adventure as she narrates the character’s moods and conversations.
Diane T. Lehman is a professional musician and vocal coach. The inflections of her voice and accents of each character are remarkable. She tends to captivate the listener with each character she portrays.
“The narrator, Diane Lehman, does an impressive job including different voices for the different characters. This gave the book a lot of interest for the reader as well as helping to identify who was speaking at the time.” --Sonja Nishimoto, Sunnie Reviews
In each book of this series, there are missing persons, bucket lists, romance, and mystery. Melanie Valderrama of Mel’s Shelves wrote: “I loved the pacing. I never lost interest in the story. I also loved the descriptions of the places they visited. The plot kept me on the edge of my seat. I wanted to know how the mystery would wrap up and I wanted more of Rick and Amelia's relationship. It flowed so well that I wanted to keep listening. This was an enjoyable performance to listen to and I highly recommend this book and series!”
One reviewer compared this book to an oyster shells and pearls. “In an Oyster Shell - It was an intriguing mystery with a strong male love interest. A fun read. The Pearls - I thought as far as mysteries go this one was more well done than most. It had a bit more grit than cozy mysteries tend to have. I loved the concept of a female private investigator. I liked that the mystery was not about murder. It was really interesting and the mystery played out in a good pace.” - Jessica Samuelsen, Writing Pearls Reviews
This book is available on audio at Audible.com, Amazon.com, and iTunes. For more information or to read a sample chapter, visit www.lindaweaverclarke.com.