A Séance in Franklin Gothic

Thistlewood Star Mysteries, Book 3
Narrated by: Kate Rudd
Series: Thistlewood Star Mysteries, Book 3
Length: 4 hrs and 51 mins
5 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Now you see her...now you don’t.

When Ruth Townsend discovers Tessa Martin’s body in an abandoned factory, sprawled across a Ouija board, she does the responsible thing and calls 911. But by the time Sheriff Blevins arrives, the girl’s body has vanished.

Blevins is convinced that Tessa is playing an elaborate hoax. But Ruth and her daughter, Cassie, know better. They both saw the body.

Ruth is certain the sheriff is hiding something, and it all seems connected to the odd cult holding a revival up in the mountains. With her best friend Wren by her side, she decides to investigate. Will Ruth and Wren figure out what happened to Tessa Martin, or will the killer slither away?

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The more I listen the more I like

I liked the first story enough to buy the second one. It was good as well but I think it is the third one that really excelled. The characters have developed and the story has become more sophisticated. I hope there is more in the series to come.

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Fun cozy mystery

Ruth Townsend welcomes us back to her town and yet another mystery. This time a young woman is found in an abandoned factory next to an Ouija board. While the town sheriff believes it is a hoax, Ruth can't help but wonder if it is more. Along with Wren, the two women set their sights on solving the mystery since the sheriff will not.

These stories remind me a bit of the Nancy Drew series and I'm loving it.