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Jennifer McMahon

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  • Haunted Ground | Erin Hart

    Haunted Ground

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs)
    • By Erin Hart
    • Narrated By Jennifer McMahon
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    When farmers cutting turf in an Irish peat bog make a grisly discovery, the perfectly intact body of a young woman with long red hair, archaeologist Cormac O'Callaghan and pathologist Nora Gavin are thrown together by their shared scientific interest in human remains. Because of the preservative effect of the bog, it is difficult to tell whether the body has lain there for two decades, two centuries, or two millennia.

    Sara says: "Archeology, Folklore and Mystery in Ireland"
  • At Risk | Stella Rimington

    At Risk

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 14 mins)
    • By Stella Rimington
    • Narrated By Jennifer McMahon
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    At a meeting of the British Intelligence Joint Counter-Terrorist Group an announcement is made that "the opposition may be about to deploy an invisible". An "invisible" is the ultimate intelligence nightmare: a terrorist who, because he or she is an ethnic native of the target country, can cross its borders unchecked, move around that country unquestioned, and infiltrate its institutions with ease.

    Roojun says: "Gripping - Excellent Narration"
  • Lake of Sorrows: A Novel | Erin Hart

    Lake of Sorrows: A Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 31 mins)
    • By Erin Hart
    • Narrated By Jennifer McMahon
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    (259)
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    (132)
    Story
    (129)

    American forensic pathologist Nora Gavin has been called to an archaeological site in the bleak midlands west of Dublin to assist at an excavation where a well-preserved Iron Age body has been found buried in a peat bog. How many hundreds or thousands of years ago was the man killed? Was his a ritual death, some kind of human sacrifice? These academic questions are intriguing, but of much more urgent interest is the second body found nearby, of a man wearing a wristwatch, hardly an Iron Age accessory.

    Kathy says: "Wonderful!!"
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