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Exes, Extortion and Eyeliner
- Drag Queen Detective, Book 4
- Narrated by: BJ Whimpey
- Length: 5 hrs and 25 mins
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Someone knows Vicki Dean’s secret and they want her to pay–with her life!
When Victor got the first letter, it held a veiled threat. The second one demanded money. When the third arrived with a deadly threat to those he loves, he begins to uncover the truth.
Who’s discovered that Victor is actually famous mystery novelist, Vicki dean? Can she discover their identity before they follow through with their threats?
How far will they go to destroy her?
Victor’s not safe. With his ex-boyfriend showing up in town to supposedly make amends, his world is thrown upside down. Victor’s hunky boyfriend, Sheriff Hottie and his best friend Cory do everything to protect him, but how can you protect anyone when you may be the next victim?
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- K. Benjamin
Wow! That was one emotional rollercoaster of a ride. You hit me with all the feels, tears running down my face, then BAM! Can't spoil it, but Ahhhh! Listen to this book now. I think we all need a little Vicki Dean in us that could just take over when things go sideways. I had my suspicions, it's always fun trying to solve the mystery along with the MC's, and I was right about one but not in the way I was thinking. Holy plot twist Dorothy! Shane Morton you have an incredibly beautiful mind. I believe this is the first BJ Whimpey narration I have listened to. He definitely brought a unique flair to the colorful variety of characters in this book.
- Kevin A McKeehan
Another great book in this guilty pleasure series
The main theme of the book might seem a little far fetched for some, but I have been around many who experienced similar issues when it comes to separating drag personas from “boy” personas.
I will say, with all of the Drag Race references in the series, I am disappointed that the narrator doesn’t know how to pronounce Michelle Visage!