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Publisher's Summary

It's midnight in Granite Cove and only the sea clams are open. When a murder occurs in this sleepy New England fishing village, the townspeople are stunned. Not only that, the victim wasn't some waterfront brawler, but Vivian Klinger, Ph.D., a glamorous, influential psychologist from a wealthy Chestnut Hill family.
Rose McNichols, reporter for the Granite Cove Gazette, investigates. Who killed Dr. Klinger, a woman who had everything but a sense of humor?
Take an audio visit to Granite Cove, a no-frills town with plenty of heart but no Starbucks. Come for the fish sticks and stay for the murder . . .
©2011 Sharon Love Cook (P)2013 Sharon Love Cook
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By Suzanne Young on 01-20-14

Entertaining

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I'd already read this book when it was first released, but listening to it added another depth. Stephanie Murphy has a wide range of voices which made the story even more entertaining and laugh-out-loud funny.

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By Annina on 08-25-14

Glad I got the e-book too!

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

yes - the e-book, not the audible!

How did the narrator detract from the book?

Stephanie Murphy has a nice and pleasent voice - so why why why does she nasty things to it. Like speek through the nose (I'm certain she holds it close for that!) for the voice of Doris or speeks in growls for male voices..... Sorry - I could not end the book on audible. Glad I got it as e-book.

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