Dead End Street

Museum Mystery Series, Book 7
Narrated by: Marguerite Gavin
Series: Museum Mystery Series, Book 7
Length: 6 hrs and 54 mins
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When the Pennsylvania Antiquarian Society discovers it owns some unique real estate, a deadly plot unfolds....

Society president Nell Pratt believes life is finally going her way. Everything's running smoothly at work, and her love life is thriving. Then some unexpected news rocks her foundation. Two members of a local neighborhood rescue program, Tyrone Blakeney and Cherisse Chapman, inform Nell that her society owns an abandoned row house in a rundown area of Philadelphia and they insist on taking her to see the property before its date with the wrecking ball.

But soon after they arrive at the house, Cherisse is fatally shot and Tyrone is badly injured. The police believe it's just random violence in a bad neighborhood, but Nell thinks there's more to it and is determined to find answers before someone else becomes history....

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This is a well written cozy mystery with developed characters and sn entertaining plot. Magurite Gavin does a really good job bringing the characters to life.

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not really a mystery but a good book.

as the protagonists are not actually solving a mystery, this can't really be categorized as a mys tery book,. however, the story is good and the subject interesting. th e characters are compeling and likeable as always in th is series so it is definitly a good read though a bit Pollyannish. still im an optimist so i liked it.

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