Narrators: Stephen Mendel, Dave Mallow, J.W. Terry, Toni Attell, Robin Riker
Length: 5 hours and 51 minutes
Publisher: Miss Mae⎮2017
Release date: Nov. 11, 2016
of the multiple narrators and sound effects. I was worried with all the special effects and keeping up with all the different roles it would deter from the story with having so much to keep up with. While at first I found it distracting, it did not take longer before I was fully immersed in Catch me if You Can. The different narrators really did bring the story to life.
The author, Miss Mae, wove quite a twisted and shocking tale. Everyone at the inn was hiding something and most were not who they appeared to be. I would compare it to Murder on the Orient Express. I would love to see the authors outline and notes for this complex story.
I look forward to checking out other works by this author as well as the splendid group of narrators.
About the Author: Miss MaeMiss Mae is all about romantic mysteries. With her writing style compared to the likes of Agatha Christie, her books “Said the Spider to the Fly”, “When the Bough Breaks”, “Dove Island”, “It’s Elementary, My Dear Winifred” and “See No Evil, My Pretty Lady” are award winning best sellers. The novellas “Miss Penelope’s Letters”, and “Through a Glass Darkly” have received top rated five-star reviews. Her latest murder mystery, “Catch Me If You Can”, in audio format, has won the platinum award in the 2017 Hermes Creative International Competition. Tantalizing trailers, and more information, is readily available at her website.
She’s also penned three tales in the ‘Ahoy, Mischaps!’ children’s/humor series. Book #1 is “Ahoy, Gum Drop!” followed by Book #2 “Ahoy, Out There!” with Book #3, “Ahoy, Mummy Mia!” In these slightly cracked stories, readers are introduced to a cast of intriguing, extraordinary and downright bizarre characters, accompanied by the one and only I.B. Nosey, the ‘official unofficial’ reporter. To learn more about the ‘Mischaps’ and cyberspace’s only Pukelitzer Award winning interviewer, visit ‘Feeling Nosey?’