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Publisher's Summary

Laura is a librarian living in Strawberry Shores. There has been a murder before, but surely there wouldn't be another one so soon, would there? Laura is back as the sleuth working on her second murder case. With a list of all new suspects, she enlists the help of her trusty sidekicks, Emily and Alex, to help solve the crime to leave Strawberry Shores safe for tomorrow!

This is a stand-alone, second book in a sweet cozy mystery series filled with humor, suspects, and lots of books! It also has some mild paranormal elements and is suitable for all ages.

©2016 Mak K. Han (P)2016 Mak K. Han

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Barnyard Murder is a short and cute cozy mystery. Angel Clark does a good job as narrator.

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A quiet town she is a Librarian . Murder happens and with friends she undertakes to solve. Good narration added to it. Given audio for my voluntary review and my honest opinion

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Fun for the whole family

The plot may be very dramatic and serious, which is fun for us adults, but what do we say when our young ones want to know what we're listening to? The good news is, with a cheery idyllic title like "Barnyard Murder," you can easily pass the book off as something much less sinister than what it is. Don't let them hear, though, because the narrator Angel Clark does a spectacular job of conveying the true drama of the work.

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  • 12-26-16

plot weak

loved the first book that is why I bought the 2nd one in the series however it didn't hold my attention. Got tired of the friends arguing.

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  • Julie
  • 08-27-20

Small town murder

This is a very short murder mystery with a touch of magic in!?!. This is book two and I think you do need to have listened to the first book to understand the unusual aspect to this story, which isn't explained and I think the author should have gone into more detail about, it would have also made it a longer story. Other than that it is a fun mystery that can be heard in just a few hours. The characters are like able, if a little bit weird. And for a short story there was just enough suspects with a motive for murder to keep listening all in one sitting. The town of Strawberry shores is divided after the death of one of it resident's. The elderly grumpy resident wouldn't let anyone on his property, despite owning a falling down barn and a dead tree. After his death his daughter wants to leave everything how it is in honour of his memory but the town council wants to tear down the eye saw and the town is taking sides. Laura new to town can see both sides of the argument and just wants someone to make a decision. But the decision is taken out of everybody's hands when while protesting the dead man's daughter is killed. Laura and her friends set about putting her unique skills to work in order to find the killer. She might just have to carry a radio around with her everywhere, as her skills prove to be hit and miss without it but if it mean she and her friends won't get kidnapped its worth everyone thinking she is weird. I liked the narrator and she is an asset to the story because she does such a good job. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Nancy
  • 07-27-20

Laura is at it again looking for a killer

I really enjoyed reading the second Strawberry Shores Cozy Mystery. The book is well written and the narrator again does an excellent job in her narration. Well worth you time to listen..