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Publisher's Summary

In this delicious follow-up to Murder on the Rocks, developers have returned to Cranberry Island. This time, they're planning to wipe out a natural cranberry bog, along with the island's namesake berries, to build a luxury subdivision. Natalie Barnes isn't sweet on the idea of commercial interests souring their cozy oasis, but the single innkeeper has other problems on her plate: a withering relationship with her best friend Charlene, the sudden appearance of her ex-fiancé with a tempting proposal, and eerie bumps in the night suggesting the Gray Whale Inn is haunted. Worst of all, there's a killer on the loose, picking off people like ripe fruit.
When Charlene's lover - the handsome chaplain with a stake in the development - is stabbed to death, Natalie promises to find the murderer for her grief-stricken friend, who's also the number one suspect.
©2007 Karen MacInerney (P)2017 Tantor
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4 out of 5 stars
By Grenierwalds on 12-05-17

Great story, bad reading

I love these simple, easy stories in this series. You can really lose yourself in the tale. The reading, however, sounds like an auto reader combined with bits of actual narration inserted. It is extremely distracting. Before ordering the next in the series, I will surely listen to the sample. If it sounds the same, I will do some old-fashioned reading instead.

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