Triple Witch : Home Repair is Homicide

  • by Sarah Graves
  • Narrated by Lindsay Ellison
  • Series: Home Repair is Homicide
  • 9 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Jacobia Tiptree saved her sanity - and her son, Sam - the day she abandoned Wall Street for the seacoast village of Eastport, Maine. In her new home, a charmingly dilapidated fixer-upper, she looks forward to repairing old radiators and restoring antique shutters for years to come. But Jake's hopes of serenity are dashed when tiny Eastport erupts in a crime wave.
Hometown bad boy Kenny Mumford - old flame of Jake's best friend and fellow sleuth, Ellie White - is the first victim. When his corpse washes up on the beach at Prince's Cove, all evidence points to a drowning...except the bullet hole in his forehead. When bodies begin littering the Maine scenery, Jake and Ellie learn that the ante on Kenny's small-town antics has been upped.
Add a pair of unwelcome arrivals - Jake's ex-husband, and an unscrupulous New York ex-money mogul - and you've got a blueprint for more deadly danger than one old house can hold.


What the Critics Say

"[T]he cozy details of small-town life and home repair make for an enjoyable read." (Publishers Weekly)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Second in the series and looking forward more

Would you listen to Triple Witch again? Why?

Yes, great book, a lot of detail

Any additional comments?

I like this kind of book, not too heavy, good humour, enough of a mystery to keep you going.

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- Doug Wilkie


I have read the first and second book of this series and will probably read the third. If I have nothing else to read. While it is entertaining, there are things about the book that is annoying. While Jake and her family are well developed characters, many of the other characters seem to fall into stereotypes. I know that small towns are prone to gossip, but I wonder if people in Maine all have guns and tend to be closed mouth about their feelings and family. It sounded like Graves was talking about a small town in the Appalachians. I guess that is a stereotype that I have about that region. Also, the tie with New York should be cut. Is this the only town in Maine that people from New York want to? And does Jacobia have to know them? I thought New York was a big city. Anyway, it was a good story. I like the developments with Jacobia's family. Like I said I will read another book in this series.
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- Dale

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-01-2009
  • Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.