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One, two, kill a few … (audible version) By: Melonie Trombley

I found this to be a good book. I love a fast paced Mystery books, and I found this one very amusing. The characters are well written, and very enjoyable. I loved her roommates, and how they all joined together to catch the killer! i enjoyed their sneaky around, their gatherings around the kitchen table to compare notes.

All this while trying to keep up at her job, and develop a new romance with the detective thats on the case. I found myself laughing there are many funny parts,. Like i said, her roommates were great fun!

The narrator was right on point! She did very well with the voices and was a joy to listen to! I look forward to listening to book 2!

I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator for an unbiased review via Audio Boom..

My three girls gave me a Kindle a few days before I got your e-mail. Your book was my first purchase. One, Two - Kill a Few is great! I mean it!! It is an attention grabbing, don't want to put it down kind of book.

Glenda B.

Read your mystery, One, Two, Kill a few, and enjoyed it very much. I've been a fan for 50 years and read just about every Sherlock Holmes story from Arthur Conan Doyle and Hercule Piorot/Miss Marple stories by Agatha Christie. Most of Agatha's paperbacks were read multiple times and I finally donated 2 plastic bags of them to my local library. Since all of those stories were set in the distant past and mostly in England I wasn't sure how I would respond to a modern mystery set in Little Rock.

Bottom line - I found your book not only a refreshing change from the aforementioned scenarios but a very enjoyable and interesting read.

Robert B.

John Achor draws the audience into the mystery immediately with "raining bodies." The reader's curiosity is hooked as the story progresses with the addition of friends to help solve the mystery. A growing romance with the police detective holds the reader's attention as the killers are tracked through the evolving story. I enjoyed every page and would recommend it to all who read mysteries. I'm looking forward to more Casey Fremont books. Thank you, John.

Rita D.

John Achor has achieved a great feat with his new Casey Fremont mystery series. "One Two - Kill a Few" was a wonderful read, a real page turner. He has developed his characters so well, that I can't wait for the next one to find out what "trouble" is ahead for these people. The only drawback I could see, was a little too much computer information going on, but since that is one of the author's specialties, it is understandable. Overall a great book, can't wait for subsequent novels. Keep up the great work!

Judy R.

As a fan of first V.I. Warshawski and then Stephanie Plum, I enjoyed reading the first Casey Fremont mystery and look forward to more of Casey's adventures.


You go girl, Really didn't have time to read a book but couldn't put it down. The story started with a bang (kinda) & ended with a real bang. Was fun getting to know Casey while the plot thickened. More please.

Carlene Wagner

A new friend Casey Fremont seems like a new friend, only recently discovered. I hope she'll take the case if I ever get murdered. (Well, I guess I wouldn't care, but it would be nice.) Her adventure is well conceived and the tale well told. A fun read.

Earl Babbie

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