Olympic pairs figure skating hopeful Christine Allen is training in Cabot Cove under the tutelage of former gold medalist Brian Devlin and partnered with up-and-coming Russian skater Alexei Olshansky. But when a series of mysterious "accidents" occur - leading to the death of one of the skaters - Jessica Fletcher suspects someone is getting away with cold-blooded murder....
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This is another entertaining entry in this series. All the familiar characters are here - Doc Haslett, Sheriff Metzger, and Jessica Fletcher. The plot is good with plenty of twists. I wasn't able to guess the ending ahead of time.
Sandra Burr is a new narrator. This is the second time I've listened to her as narrator in this series. For the first few minutes of the story I was aware of the change in narrator. However, I quickly became involved in the story and wasn't distracted by a different voice telling it.
If you liked to TV series, you will probably enjoy this story. There is no graphic sex or violence, and the language is "family friendly".
I could picture what was happening and it seemed like I was watching the story unfold.
There were several but I enjoyed when she was skating on the ice.
I love Murder She Wrote books. I also loved the original narrator (Cynthia Darlow) which I found her to sound similar to Angela Lansbury but I've gotten used to Sandra Burr now and really like her too.
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