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Sheridan Hendley is starting her new life as wife and step-mom, but is not employed, and has too much time on her hands. That is, until her step-daughter and friend are framed for theft and murder. Sheridan discovers the powerful family in her small town. Only she asks too many questions, and now is a target. 

Cozy mystery, clean listen. This is the first of the Sheridan Hendley Cozy Mystery series, a spin-off of the Cold Creek Cozy Mysteries.

©2018 Cynthia A Riccio (P)2021 Cynthia A Riccio

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Good story

I enjoyed listening to this book. Sheridan has moved in with her new husband and her step daughter has moved in m permanently. Her step daughter fi ds her friend in trouble with the police, Sheridan finds that her step daughter is being involved in the same trouble.

Can Sheridan prove they are being set up or is she on the sidelines because of the relationship? You will not be disappointed listening to this story. I did receive this book for an honest review.

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Framing others for theft & murder?

An entertaining cozy mystery with all the elements I love. There’s likable, believable characters As the protagonist snd het family, a mystery with twists & turns, and pets! The story was well written and the narration makes the story come alive! Looking foward to reading more books by Christa Nardi.

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A New Place

This was an enjoyable cozy mystery! The characters were fun and worked well together. The storyline was good. There was lots of drama, family issues, and controversy. Why is Sheridan’s step daughter being targeted? It certainly seems like someone is after them or at least trying to scare them. The story also had humor throughout. And dogs. I loved the dogs!

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Suspenseful!

I like all the twists and turns. I wasn’t sure who did what. This book kept my attention until the very end.

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Enjoyable

Another wonderful cozy mystery with a lot of characters that really keep you guessing who done it.

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A Second Series

This was my first experience with Christa Nardi's work and I have to say that I hadn't noticed that this book was the first one in a spin-off of "The Cold Creek Mysteries" series. There were bits of dialogue and some relationships mentioned it this story that had me looking back at the title to ensure that this was book #1. It was at that point that I actually realized that this was the first book in a spin-off series. I enjoyed this tale, but I think that if I had read the original series I would have understood the interpersonal relationships better, as there wasn't a lot of description regarding them in this novel. Jeanne Pilgrim Mayo's narration is good and adds to the entertainment of the story. I was given a free copy of the audiobook and I have voluntarily left this review.

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Great Book

Great Book. Love the Characters.Looking forward to books by Christa Nardi. Narrater did good job telling the story.

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  • SanWex
  • 07-22-21

A Great Little Cozy Mystery

A great listen. I've thoroughly enjoyed listening to this story whilst driving to work & back. Looking forward to book 2 and another adventure for Sheridan.

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  • Robin Beattie
  • 06-03-21

Guilty protected by the family

Well planned mystery with thought and good ideas and some novel ideas on suspects protected by large family
One to watch out for

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  • Julie
  • 05-21-21

A new place, a new mystery series for me

I enjoyed this book. This is the first book by this author that I have read or listened too but it won't be the last. I did feel like I had missed out on some history between the characters but as this is book one in the series I only found out the main character has been in a previous series by reading other reviews, a series that I might just have to check out. I liked the characters and the close knit family group the book portrayed. There was a lot of characters and at first I struggled keeping them all straight (especially as there was three sons who had three sons) but as the story and plot unfolded I became hooked. I liked the mystery and the way you were never sure if the drug situation was connected to the murder or not. The inclusion of the time spent at the animal shelter was nice and lent a light hearted ness to the story as well as some clues.
Newly married Sheridan is looking for something to do while she looks for a teaching position in the area. Volunteering at the animal shelter is fun but doesn't fill her hours. Maddie her adopted daughter is spending her summer days at summer school hopefully making friends ready for the start of school. But things aren't going so well as her new friend is arrest over the pizza money for the camp is stolen and the police get an anonymous tip to look in his bag. Maddie doesn't believe he would steal and when Sheridan finds the same kind of envelope full of cash in Maddie's backpack she is inclined to believe her. Can she prove Maddie and her friend innocent? And who would want to take them in the first place? The two bullies of the camp are connected to the most influential family in town and it will be an up hill battle to prove there darlings guilty of anything. But when her family starts to get threatening presents and are followed Sheridan knows she must protect her new family and friends.
I liked the narrator and thought she did a good job bringing the characters to life with there own distinct voices.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.