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Mambo and Murder

By: C.S. McDonald
Narrated by: Maren Swenson Waxenberg
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Three ballroom dancers were murdered over 40 years ago. Wow, that’s one old cold case. What’s more, the murderer, who was thought to have been killed during a police chase, has resurfaced in Pittsburgh. Yikes! How can that be?

Worse, ballroom dancing simply isn’t Detective Nathan Landry’s forte. After weeks of practice, Nathan still has two left feet. Can Fiona step in to guide Nathan through this dancing debacle or will it take 40 years for the detective to find his footing?

Double yikes! Join Fiona and detective Landry in this high-stepping whodunit!

©2018 Cindy McDonald (P)2019 Cindy McDonald

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A Cozy Dance


Humor abounds when Detective Nathan Landry has to sign up for ballroom dancing lessons to work on a case involving a dance competition. Unfortunately for his hapless partner, Nathan turns out to be a menace on his feet. Never mind, though; his girl Fiona is happy to step in because it’s a great way to spend time together…and she gets to do some legitimate sleuthing.

It’s a very, very cold case indeed and the suspected perpetrator of those forty-year-old murders has apparently resurfaced after having thought to have died all those years ago. Can Nathan and Fiona catch their man on the dance floor? Plenty of clues make this a real puzzle and working it together brings laughs as well as justice.

I can’t say that I care for Ms. Waxenberg’s interpretation of Fiona because she gives the character a rather grating voice. Still, the narrator’s other vocalizations don’t affect me the same way and, although the main character is certainly important, she doesn’t prevent me from wanting to listen.

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