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Thursday, 19 April 2018

The reason ears were invented


Available from Audible now - never been a better time to get into Granny's adventures.

There's a brutal murder in the small Welsh village of Gilfach. The police are clueless. With no motive and no real suspect, the investigation soon grinds to a halt. Enter Mary Anne Smith, otherwise known as Granny Smith, the 71-years-young, pipe-smoking, heavy metal-loving, chaos-causing amateur sleuth with a difference.

Granny has a talent for mayhem, and soon those talents are put to good use as our intrepid pensioner starts the unravel the case, which finds her provoking Chief Inspector Miskin as she comes up against a full scale police investigation, proving that you're never too old to make a nuisance of yourself and that 71 is actually the new 21.
Murder's never been so much fun.
©2012 Gary Martin Dobbs (P)2016 Gary Martin Dobbs

  • Granny Smith Investigates

  • The Little Old Lady Who Solves Crime
  • By: G. M. Dobbs
  • Narrated by: Fiona Thraille
  • Length: 3 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 01-04-16
  • Language: English 


  • A Welsh woman won't be stopped!

    I knew from the first few minutes that I was going to enjoy this audiobook and I was right. The dry (yet sassy) humour was spot on and the narration was perfectly matched to the tone of the story. Highly recommended!
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    Fantastic voice acting from Fiona Thraille

    The narrator really brought the characters to life. Great performance, fun and engaging murder mystery.

    Hilarious

    Where does Granny Smith Investigates rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
    at the top of the list..often laugh out loud funny. Brilliantly written and performed.
    What other book might you compare Granny Smith Investigates to, and why?
    Agatha Raisin series but edgier
    Have you listened to any of Fiona Thraille’s other performances? How does this one compare?
    very good.
    If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
    Miss Marple on steroids




     

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