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Publisher's Summary

Lori Shepherd travels to New Zealand in Aunt Dimity's fifteenth charming adventure. Mystery readers everywhere continue to be won over by Nancy Atherton's popular cozy series. In the latest installment, Lori Shepherd is bereft when she learns that her beloved neighbors, Ruth and Louise Pym, may be dying. Summoning her to their sickroom, the elderly sisters have a favor to ask: Will Lori find their long-lost brother, Aubrey, before death claims them? Despite her misgivings, Lori sets out for distant New Zealand-where Aubrey fled after being cast out of the family in disgrace. With the help of a charming kiwi bird and her otherworldly friend, Aunt Dimity, Lori tries to heal a family broken by deceit.
©2010 Nancy T. Atherton (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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3 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer on 09-27-15

Fun story as usual. Narration awful, as usual.

I've long adjusted to the fact that Penguin Publishing is either cheap or deaf. They keep using the robot-sounding narrator to which I adjust to 1.5x in order to make it through the story with some enjoyment. I wish Nancy Atherton had some power over who narrates her books. It could be sooo much better.

This is a fun story with a sad premise. I love these books because the people may have their problems but they bring out the best in each other and generally have clean motives in their actions. I envy a community that cares for each other. It's nice to be a part of people's lives who live with the good and bad without shutting people out of their lives because of minor disagreements. Clean stories with no foul language--a rarity these days. In spite of the unfortunate narrator, enjoy the story!

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5 out of 5 stars
By CJ C. on 06-22-17


Narrator does a great job bring characters to life. I prefer this narrator than the one who narrates more recent Aunt Dimitar books.

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