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Seven Daze: Low-Rent Rendezvous
- Val Fremden Midlife Mysteries, Book 7
- Narrated by: Sarah Pesek
- Length: 6 hrs and 4 mins
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You can’t fix stupid with duct tape. But you can muffle the sound.
When Val tries to revive her old writing career, story ideas prove as elusive as a moment alone without her boyfriend Tom breathing down her neck.
Tom’s moved in, and Val’s itching to move out–at least temporarily. A last-minute getaway to the country seems like the perfect solution for dissolving her writer’s block. But a fateful fish fry ends up inspiring a whole different kind of dead end.
With an angry horde of RVers pointing the finger at Val, she’s got to out-smart Bigfoot, out-do a seedy crafter, out-wit a psycho killer, and just plain “out” whoever in blue blazes keeps scaring the daylights out of her with those hideous shrunken heads!
Whether Val gets out of this alive or not, one thing’s for sure–she’ll never trust the internet again….
Love your mysteries with a side of snide? The Val Fremden Midlife Mystery series is for you! Get set for a wickedly witty slide down the social ladder with a surprising cast of unexpected misfits!
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- Amy Cartier Wells
Love this series!!
I love this series - the characters are hysterical, many times I am literally laughing out loud. Margaret L,, the author, has a great sense of humor and love the story line and characters - we all use a Val, Tom or Cold Cuts in our life.
The narrator Sarah is just great as she brings the characters to life. The storylines stays connect and is built upon with each crazy mixed up mystery.
Light hearted and funny - I will be a little sad when I finish the series!!
- Ann Zaff
This was difficult get through, I forced myself to keep going hoping it would get better, but I could not finish it. Too cliche. I tried to like it as I love Stephanie Plum. No no no.