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Publisher's Summary

It's 1923 and young war widow fashionista Ginger Gold makes a cross-Atlantic journey with her companion Haley Higgins to London, England, to settle her father's estate. When the ship's captain is found dead, Ginger is only too happy to lend her assistance to the handsome Chief Inspector Basil Reed.
The SS Rosa delivers a convincing array of suspects - the wife, the mistress, a jealous crew mate. To Ginger's dismay, her name has been added to the list! 
With a little help from Ginger's dog Boss, Ginger and Haley navigate the clues (those wartime operative skills come in handy). They must solve the case and clear Ginger's name before they dock - and oh, whatever shall she wear?
A fascinating introduction to a character that will rival Miss Fisher in the cozy genre set in the period between world wars.
©2017 Lee Strauss (P)2017 Lee Strauss
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2 out of 5 stars
By Desert Crone on 05-26-18

Almost But Not Quite

I've listened to Elizabeth Klett before and she does a fair narration with a couple of exceptions. She's very good at distinguishing different accents, but everybody speaking with that accent sounds the same leaving me unsure who is actually talking. And, she's moving along at a good pace, conversations going well, then she emphasize the wrong word and it's like driving along and hitting a gigantic pothole in the road. Klett reads well, maybe she should highlight the words she needs to emphasize. As for the story to avoid hitting the wrong note. As for the story, it was ok and it was obvious the author is setting up for a series, which is fine but the end just didn't work for me. I've listened to just the last 5 chapters twice now, and I'm still not buying it. There's a nice little hook at the very end setting you up for the next book and, I must admit, it's tempting. But I'm so picky about narrators and there are so many excellent ones around. Ms Klett reads well most of the time. With more attention to emphasis and a bit of work separating characters, she could be excellent.`

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2 out of 5 stars
By Leslie on 03-10-18

Irritating

What disappointed you about Murder on the SS Rosa?

I just could not make my way through this book. Perhaps better editing would help

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