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Tony Mandolin Mystery
2 : One Last Quiche

by Robert Lee Beers
Oct 16, 2017
6 Hours
Ages 18+
Someone is poisoning San Francisco's foodies. Tony Mandolin, the fog city's only Private Eye with a view into the supernatural, has been retained to find out whom and why.

Unfortunately this brings him to the attention of Medb, the Queen of the Unseelie Court and it seems that Tony's only hope of survival lies in the hands of Landau Bain, the alcoholic wizard, and Bain is cranky.

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Director & Cast

Director Bradley Foster Smith
Starring Bradley Smith as Tony Mandolin, Elliot Dash as Frankie Jackson, Andy Brownstein as Landau Bain and Dani Stoller as Alcina Crowley. With Patrick Bussink, Eric Messner, Todd Scofield, Nora Achrati, Andy Clemence, Karen Novack, Yasmin Tuazon, Kimberly Gilbert, Scott McCormick, Matthew Keenan, Zeke Alton, David Jourdan, Christopher Walker, Gregory Linington, Ken Jackson, Colleen Delany, Katy Carkuff, Thomas Keegan, Jacob Yeh, Terence Aselford, Lolita Horne and Rick Rohan
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Eric Messner
Dialogue Editors Justin Wortz
Sound Designers Justin Wortz
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan, Duane Beeman and Matt Webb
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


One Last Quiche by J (Posted on 2/27/2019)
This installment is even more fun than the first book! Tony learns more about the supernatural while tackling a new mystery that once again spans the supernatural and human worlds. The title is catchy, but a quiche is not among the poisoned items that I recall. Bradley Smith, along with the rest of the voice cast, do a fantastic job of bringing this book to life.
Tongue in Cheek! by Scott (Posted on 4/12/2018)
I'm having a great time with the Tony Mandolin series, but when they referenced Disney's Bedknobs and broomsticks they may have gone a bit too far for those of us that remember the original movie. :)
An excellent sequel, but please, no more homophobia by Amy (Posted on 12/6/2017)
This was an excellent follow up to the first book, A Slight Case of Death. The world was opened up, and became more of a kitchen sink urban fantasy than before. I find this world fascinating! Especially the Shidh, and Landau. As always, the cast and crew did a brilliant job at bringing the book to life.

However, I had to dock a star for the large amount if homophobia. It's not the GA crew's fault, and there wasn't as much as the first book. However, all of the homophobia nearly took me out of the story multiple times. I know there is still a massive amount of homophobia in the world still, that doesn't mean I want to read about it in my urban fantasy noir books. I'm hoping the next book doesn't have any, but I'm not holding my breath.

Again, thanks to the wonderful folks at Graphic Audio for making a wonderful audiobook. Looking forward to book 3!
What is a quiche? by Scott (Posted on 11/27/2017)
Seriously there is no quiche mentioned in the book. However this was a fun book, We learned a lot more about the world of the supernatural in this world, Fay, Wizards, Witches and some other things. And apparently like the Dresden Files there are accords on how everyone is supposed to act, especially towards mortals. They even have an in joke about a wizard in Chicago. But apparently these accords come about because God is a thing and no one wants to bring judgment day early. Most hilarious is a scientist who cant accept anything to do with God even though she's seen trolls and magic and other things, when it becomes its obvious something supernatural of God type happens. She's like I'm open to a new reality, but I can't accept that. Like in Dungeons and Dragons worlds, its hard to be an atheist when Gods really will throw lighting bolts at you.

We also see our bumbling detective stumble into one magic creature after another and they all seem disproportional upset over his actions more than you wwould think reasonable since he's just a normal detective.
Interesting and Funny by Rafael (Posted on 10/24/2017)
These stories do not disappoint. They keep you interested and they aren't easy to figure out. That makes it a good read.
Five Headphones plus by Robert (Posted on 10/16/2017)
The second installment is even better than the first. A superb blend of voices, action, humor which creates the feeling of the old-time radio serials. The drunken wizard Landau Bain just makes a great story even better.

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