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Execution in E

Written by: Alexia Gordon
Narrated by: Helen Duff
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When an influencer-turned-bridezilla shows up at the lighthouse to capture Insta-perfect wedding photos designed to entice sponsors to fund her lavish wedding, Gethsemane has her hands full trying to keep Eamon from blasting the entire wedding party over the edge of the cliff.

But those wedding bells become funeral bells when members of the bride’s entourage start turning up dead. Frankie’s girlfriend, Verna, is pegged as maid-of-honor on the suspect list when the Garda discover the not-so-dearly-departed groom was her ex and Gethsemane catches her standing over a body.

As Gethsemane uncovers devilish dealings, she fights to clear Verna, for Frankie’s sake. Will she find the killer in time to save Frankie from another heartbreak? Or will the photos in her social media feed be postmortem?

©2020 Alexia Gordon (P)2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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  • 2020-12-31

Disappointed

I really like the premise of the this book and I usually enjoy it. However, this time, I found Gethsemane extremely annoying and intrusive. Her blunt manner when talking to people in this book makes it impossible for me to believe that anyone would respond to her. The mystery also felt flat. I had to force myself to continue listening. I'm not sure about the next book.