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Donald Bain did a good job in bringing back in the written word the tv series. The characters seem true to form. This story gets you from the beginning and keeps your interest throughout the book. If you are looking for a good mystery that is G rating; no extreme violence or sexual sences or foul language; just a good old fashion mystery then this is a book you would enjoy. Cynthia Darlow does a wonderful job in narrating the story.
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If you could sum up Murder, She Wrote: A Question of Murder in three words, what would they be?
Location Characters Puzzle
What other book might you compare Murder, She Wrote: A Question of Murder to and why?
Any of the other Murder She Wrote books. It follows the format. If you liked earlier books in the series, this one won't disappoint you.
Have you listened to any of Cynthia Darlow’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I've heard her performances on books in the Murder She Wrote series. She does an equally good job in this book.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
No. I was drawn into the story and enjoyed listening to it.
Any additional comments?
To me the Murder She Wrote books are escapist, and that's just fine with me. If I want "reality" I'll listen to the news! In this instance Jessica is staying at an old hotel during a snow storm. I enjoyed picturing the hotel in my mind. I didn't have to imagine the snow - it was snowing where I live when I listened to the book!
I had read a print copy of the book some time ago. Even so, I enjoyed listening to the audio version. In fact, I had forgotten how both the real and imaginary murder ended, so I was surprised all over again.
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