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Bluebirds and Dead Canaries

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In the near future when a series of bizarre deaths strike Baltimore, the police call in their only hope—a reluctant detective named Nab, a man with no detective training at all. But as Nab wades ever deeper into the fray, and events begin reeling out of control, he finds himself facing a nightmare of questions about self, identity, and free will that could shake the nation ...more
ebook, Novella, 112 pages
Published January 9th 2012 by Asta Press (first published July 1st 2011)
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Anagha Uppal
Dec 22, 2011 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Mystery lovers
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Originally posted on my blog as part of an end-of-the-year review and giveaway event:

Now I’ve never actually done an audiobook review because I’ve never received an audiobook (for review that is). I LOVE audiobooks but I just rarely get a chance to listen to them, so THANK YOU Mike. Bluebirds and Dead Canaries is totally awesome and I can’t believe I’m the first one reviewing it. Cool way to end Review Mania!

Plot: Bluebirds and Dead Canaries is a really fun quick
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Michael McGee is an award-winning Northern California writer who's been lucky enough to travel the world to work with elephants in the jungles of Thailand, live with the Bedouin in the deserts of Arabia, and dance with geishas in Kyoto. He is co-winner of the Lowell Thomas Travel Book of the Year Award and several other writing awards (both for fiction and non-fiction), and is also the creator and ...more
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