Death at a Diner

A Murder in Milburn, Book 1
Narrated by: Renee Brame
Series: A Murder in Milburn, Book 1
Length: 4 hrs and 25 mins
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Nora Newberry has been working to make her dreams come true and finally, after 10 years, it's time! She's moved back to her hometown of Milburn, Wyoming, and, together with her lifelong best friend, Raquel Madden, is opening the diner they've been planning since high school. Life couldn't be better, and it's time to celebrate!

Sadly, the celebration doesn't last long. Just three days before the diner is set to open its doors, Raquel is found murdered. And with no clear motive and little cooperation from the townspeople, Nora is thrown into a murder investigation that just may cause her to lose her own life.

Death at a Diner is the first book in Nancy McGovern's new culinary cozy mystery series, A Murder in Milburn.

©2016 Nancy McGovern (P)2016 Nancy McGovern

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Felt like I was listening to a Dick & Jane reader. It may have been the narrator, her character voices sounded like children. OK plot but everything felt dumbed down.

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Murder in a small town

This book was an enjoyable read. I enjoyed the characters, the twists and turns to identify the killer. My only complaint was the lack of recipes.