Fresh off the NYPD, Jason Callahan has his own detective agency, a nice apartment, and a secretary who doesn't drive him crazy. Jason is happy with his life. Until he meets Trina Dane, that is. Trina is that crazy lady you always worry about meeting. She's also psychic. From the minute Jason meets her, he finds himself spiraling downward into a world of ghosts, spells and demons. But Trina is also beautiful and funny and Jason can't quite force himself to stay away.
Jason and Trina's first case: The repeated attempted murder of one of the city's high rollers. Alarms haven't helped. Even video surveillance can't seem to detect the would-be assassin. Now, it's up to Jason and Trina. Can they catch the killer before he succeeds, or is he something beyond human, something beyond capture?
©2014 Patricia Lee Macomber (P)2014 David N. Wilson
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5 out of 5 stars
By David on 10-10-14

Light, Fun mystery with loveable characters

If you could sum up Murder, Sometimes in three words, what would they be?

Made me smile

What other book might you compare Murder, Sometimes to and why?

Not sure that I can make a comparison, because the book crosses genres...humor, very light-hearted, some fantasy...maybe Piers Anthony writing mystery...

What does Scott Russell Test bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Scott's performance was perfect for this book. He caught the various oddball characters just right, didn't overdo it...and his timing was spot on. His voice reminded me, at times, of Johnny Heller, and at other times of Jeffrey Kafer, two narrators I enjoy.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Get into the SPIRIT of things

Any additional comments?

This story requires a good bit of suspension of disbelief, but it's funny, charming, witty, and the dialog is wonderful.

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3 out of 5 stars
By pjsvoice on 05-01-17

Great story and performance

Well written and engaging and a great performance by Scott Russell Test

My one issue is that there was very clearly a change in recording environment or equipment 2/3 of the way into the story. It was really jarring at the transition point and didn't match

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