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Publisher's Summary

Geocaching isn't supposed to be about finding dead bodies. But when retiree Frannie Shoemaker goes camping, standard definitions don't apply. A weekend in a beautiful state park in Iowa buzzes with fund-raising events, a search for ninja turtles, a bevy of suspects, and lots of great food. But are the campers in the wrong place at the wrong time once too often?
©2015 Karen Musser Nortman (P)2018 Karen Musser Nortman
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5 out of 5 stars
By med c on 03-30-18

Book 5

Book 5 had plenty of suspects and twists and turns. It was also great to catch up with the camping gang . So far I had no experience with or much knowledge of geocaching but it was interesting to learn about it and was a nice theme for the mystery

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5 out of 5 stars
By Lisarami on 04-03-18

Such an interesting activity

I'd like to start by saying I had no idea what geo caching was. I've always loved scavenger hunts so this made the story even better! I was surprised that Frannie didn't find the body this time, who knew? As always I love how this narrator narrates her books. It's like I'm really there in the story. The author has written a great series always with, fun friends and family, great side characters, and murder mystery. My favorite character has always been Frannie, she reminds me a lot of myself. I've always loved camping so this has always been an added bonus for me to these stories. I really loved how the teenage mutant ninja turtles got involved in this story. Wanna know how, you'll just have to listen. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Norma Miles on 03-27-18

Sixty five is too old for this!

Poor Frannie, she is not only accident prone but also has a real knack for finding dead bodies, so it was with a great sense of relief that the foot she saw half hidden when she and some camping friends were out geocaching turned out merely to be an empty shoe. But that relief was short lived when the owner was found shortly after, and yes, he was very dead!

These delicious mysteries set around Frannie, her ex-cop husband Larry and their various camping friends are such fun. The characters are well drawn enough to become the reader's friends in absentia. They love their carefully prepared camping expeditions, with good food, expeditions out and about, bickering over trivia - and solving the murders which seem to always drift their way. And synonymous with Frannie is narrator, Michelle Babbs, who's generously accented voice just fills in all the gaps with warmth and humour. Her reading is perfectly suited to the text, with good intonation and timing and differentiated voices for all of the protagonists. A great pairing of text and narrator.

This whole Frannie Shoemaker series is light hearted but with intriguing mysteries to distract the friends from their camping idyll and To Cache a Killer is no exception. Great story, great narration, great fun..

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4 out of 5 stars
By Layla on 04-26-18

clean mystery

Any additional comments?

I liked this one more then I expected. I did not know who did it until we got closer to the end.

The narrator did a great job in voicing the characters out and giving them there own personality.

I would highly recommend this book to all since it is a clean mystery.

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