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To live and draw in LA

Now living in Los Angeles with former Navy SEAL Nick Reno, artist Perry Foster comes to the rescue of elderly and eccentric Horace Daly, the legendary film star of such horror classics as Why Won’t You Die, My Darling?

Horace owns the famous but now run-down Hollywood hotel Angels Rest, rumored to be haunted. But as far as Perry can tell, the scariest thing about Angels Rest is the cast of crazy tenants - one of whom seems determined to bring down the final curtain on Horace and anyone else who gets in the way.

©2018 Josh Lanyon (P)2019 Josh Lanyon

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  • C.S.
  • 2019-04-20

Narrator ruined it for me.

I was so disappointed this book didn't have the same narrator as book one. The story was great but I was so distracted by the horrible voice of the narrator. He sounds like he's selling toothpaste and his Perry voice is AWFUL. Josh Lanyon usually has such great narrators I don't know what happened here.I was so looking forward to this audiobook but I'm tempted to return it strictly because the narration was just plain horrible. Story was wonderful but I think I'll just read the book so I don't have to listen to this guy.

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  • Patrick McDonald
  • 2019-04-12

Interesting story but not the narration.

The story was intriguing and interesting but the narration was forced and distracting. I’ve returned previous books by the narrator but won’t this time because it’s a Lanyon. I couldn’t even tell you what the story was about because the reader was so breathy-and not in a good way. Very disappointed.

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  • Drew
  • 2019-05-05

Michael Pauley is terrible. The story is fun.

Michael Pauley’s characters sound the same between books. He’s mechanical also. Josh can do better.