Summary

Avery Shaw can't stay out of trouble - not that she wants to.
As a reporter for a Southeastern Michigan newspaper, Avery can't stop digging for the story - and that often makes her a target.
Follow Avery as she finds new love, has trouble letting go of a past love, and deals with a family that needs a group rate for therapy.
This audiobook contains books four through six in the Avery Shaw mystery series. It includes: Shot off the Presses, The Preditorial Page, and Misquoted & Demoted.
©2012 Amanda M. Lee (P)2015 Amanda M. Lee
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5 out of 5 stars
By Debbie on 10-02-18

best narrator ever

love the books, the narrator makes the book come alive.you will enjoy this book to

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5 out of 5 stars
By Michael on 11-12-17

My favorite series

Love the characters, the banter, the stories. Narrator does good male voices. Got to be hard to pull off without sounding ridiculous. At least I know my Avery voice is. I've said too much.

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