The Babbling Brook Naked Poker Club - Book One

Rated 5.00/5 based on 8 reviews
A painting worth millions, valuables gone missing, a game that is more than a game. And that’s only the beginning as an elderly widow befriends a young woman and tries to prevent her from making the same mistakes she has made. More
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About Ann Warner

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

A former toxicologist, clinical chemist, and university professor, Ann Warner took a turn down a different road when she began writing fiction. Ann is the author of Dreams for Stones, Persistence of Dreams, Absence of Grace, Counterpointe, Doubtful, and Love and Other Acts of Courage. Her novels are available in electronic and print editions from online retailers.

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P DD reviewed on on March 12, 2019

I must admit to being a reluctant reader of this genre, but The Babbling Brook Naked Poker Club was a very pleasant surprise. The dialogue rings true, and the plot ranges in depth and subject. With its ironic sense of humor and true depths of character, Ann Walker pulls you in to a world where friendships are forged and even the villains have a chance at redemption.

Overall a great read with an engaging gaggle of voices.
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texas cat reviewed on on April 17, 2018

A cozy mystery that draws you right in from page 1 with its witty descriptions and great characters. But the real surprise is the emotional depth of the story. Loved it!
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Maizan reviewed on on June 21, 2017

Dear Ann, I had read all 3 of your books available here and each has it's own story to tell and so different. I love all 3 of them, obviously. :)
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Scott Grueninger reviewed on on April 27, 2017

Ann, I thoroughly enjoyed the book. As a former native of Cincinnati, I appreciate the accuracy of your descriptions of the area. I look forward to Part 2 of the story.
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tazzymc reviewed on on Oct. 26, 2016

Great storyline, engaging, funny in a non-obvious way, and beautifully written. Each chapter is told from the perspective of various likeable characters. Then throw in a few villains of varying levels of villainousness (I think I just made up a word). I could visualize each person, place and event. Looking forward to the next one.
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Susan reviewed on on Oct. 17, 2016

True to its cozy mystery genre, this story was very entertaining and I happily fell into its rhythm from the first chapter. Delightful characters, no untied ends combined with excellent editing and research, which I appreciate.
Highly recommended.
Thanks for the read Ann!
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Dean Thompson reviewed on on Sep. 1, 2016

A most enjoyable read. Engaging characters, well written and edited, decent plot, and paced fast enough that it was hard to put down.
Dont be put off by the "part 1", while the characters may continue into further stories, the main plots of this story are sufficiently well ended. Thanks for making it available.
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Bharathi reviewed on on Aug. 24, 2016

This is a thrilling and entertaining story. The characters of Josephine, Devi & Mac are my favourites, you can't help routing for these guys. I am looking forward to reading more books by this author.
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