For the Birds

(1 customer review)


What happens when a parakeet named Ruby gets an unexpected mind-meld with Marcella Hollister’s quarrelsome mother, Thelma? After Thelma is kidnapped from her hospital bed, Marcella must find her – somewhere in the tall pines of the six-million-acre Adirondack Park. With the help of her Native American husband Quinn and bizarre “tips” from Ruby, Marcella butts heads with quirky bird psychic Earl Tiramisu, much to the chagrin of the FBI, who want her to stay out of the investigation.

Why is Tiramisu asking questions about Thelma’s past and the money she’s been spending? The FBI agents hint that it may be related to an unsolved fifty-year-old bank heist, but Marcella can’t believe her annoying, but honest-to-a-fault mother, could be involved.

Across the rugged Adirondack park landscape, a brutal scenario evolves, where the good guys aren’t what they seem, and only Ruby’s newly acquired talents provide slim hope for survival.


1 review for For the Birds

  1. Suzanne Nelson

    I thoroughly enjoyed this audiobook! It has plot twists and quirks. The characters have depth and are well developed, for example, the mother/mother-in-law who gets on everyone’s nerves but still manages to be lovable. The couple who are two of the main characters seem so real and likeable. This audiobook is unique and original, such as the bird themed luxury hotel. I appreciated how several mysteries are woven into the story.

    Aaron Paul Lazar is a wonderful writer and tells a really good tale! The narrator does a really great job with bringing this audiobook to life, as well as portraying the various characters. I would highly recommend this audiobook to others.

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