• Who's Sorry Now?

  • The Grace and Favor Series, Book 6
  • By: Jill Churchill
  • Narrated by: Susan Ericksen
  • Series: Grace and Favor, Book 6
  • Length: 5 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 08-14-15
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars 3.5 (4 ratings)

Regular price: $16.95

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Publisher's Summary

For sister and brother Lily and Robert Brewster and the rest of Hudson Valley, the dark days of the Depression mean deprivation all around. Their poor town has lost its post office, and now the mail gets dumped at the train station. When Robert helps a young widow haul her newly arrived German grandfather's trunks home, he thinks he may have found a new set of friends. But when a swastika is found painted on the widow's window, and the train porter is found dead, Robert and Lily know that something much deeper and much darker has moved into their sleepy little town.
©2005 Jill Churchill (P)2005 AudioGO
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4 out of 5 stars
By Jan on 06-22-17

The editor was absent

cozy-mystery, historical-fiction, history-and-culture

Whoever wrote the publisher's blurb seems out of contact with the book. The police chief chose to move for one thing. The multiple plot lines seemed a tad over ambitious, but each is interesting. There is the management of the mail where there is no post office and the solution found, episodes of irrational ethnic hatred, a murder, and the discovery of a body more than a hundred years old. Plus, there are twists and surprises that make it a really interesting read.
Susan Ericksen did a good job as narrator

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