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Popped: A Regan Reilly Mystery

Abridged Audiobook

Written By: Mary Higgins Clark

Narrated By: Mary Higgins Clark

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Date: September 2003

Duration: 4 hours 37 minutes

Summary:

It's up, up and away with sleuth Regan Reilly -- in a lively new caper from beloved New York Times bestselling author Carol Higgins Clark.

L.A.-based private detective Regan Reilly flies to Las Vegas to help an old school chum, Danny Madley. Danny is producing the pilot of a reality TV show, "Love Above Sea Level." But someone is trying to sabotage Danny's show before he can shoot the final scene at the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.

Is the culprit one of the contestants on Danny's show? Could it be the advice columnists Danny has hired who are there to help rekindle the sparks between the husbands and wives? Is it Danny's right hand man Victor, a local Vegas boy Danny met while gambling? Or his cameraman Sam, who would much rather be surfing than working? There is no shortage of suspects and no shortage of mishaps.

From their base in The Fuzzy Dice Hotel, Regan tries to help Danny keep his production on an even keel. Jealousy among the "Love Above Sea Level" contestants escalates. Mysterious, inexplicable events keep occurring. But Regan is determined to keep Danny's show on schedule and she'll do whatever it takes.

Popped is written with Clark's expert light touch and filled with the richly drawn quirky characters so relished by her fans. As Nelson DeMille says, "Clark keeps her readers entranced and entertained from cover to cover."

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  • Anonymous

    This was just awful - so corny it makes you cringe.

  • Anonymous

    I found that this book was cheesey and predictable. the story line was tacky at best and the title shows no reference to the story line.

  • Anonymous

    Boring! The storyline was so uninteresting--I didn't care what happened next. I just wanted the story to be over. I wondered halfway through it, why Mary Higgins Clark wrote such an uninteresting book. I soon realized that it was Carol Hggins Clark who wrote it. Suggestion to Carol- don't read your own books, let the professionals do it! Very poor narration. This was my first and last Carol Higgins Clark book.

  • Anonymous

    This is a Carol Higgin Clark - NOT MARY. Boring, could not wait until it was done, but I had nothing else at the time to listen to, and it was better than static on my car radio

  • Anonymous

    Not enough mystery. Story line was a little corny.

  • Regan

    Granted I only chose this book because this author uses my first name as the name of a character in the book, but I was annoyed by it by the end of the first CD. This book has too much fluff and not enough core to keep the listener interested - and the author reading it makes it worse! Not worth hearing my name over the radio of my car... :)

  • Jcordeiro

    The narration didn't hold my interest. Very hard to follow.