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Mrs. Jeffries Sweeps the Chimney

Mrs. Jeffries Series, Book 18
Narrated by: Jennifer M. Dixon
Series: Mrs Jeffries, Book 18
Length: 7 hrs and 57 mins
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She keeps house for Inspector Witherspoon...and keeps him on his toes. Everyone's awed by his Scotland Yard successes - but they don't know about his secret weapon. No matter how messy the murder or how dirty the deed, Mrs. Jeffries's polished detection skills are up to the task...proving that behind every great man there's a woman - and that a crimesolver's work is never done.  

Inspector Witherspoon is perplexed. No one seems to know the identity of the dead man dressed like a vicar and propped up against the outside wall of St. Paul's Church. A paper clutched in the corpse's hand reveals the address of a dilapidated and seemingly abandoned cottage - abandoned if you don't count the human skeleton stuffed in the chimney. To link these two bizarre incidents will take all of the resources at Witherspoon's command - and a little help from the efficient Mrs. Jeffries....

©2004 Cheryl Arguile (P)2019 Tantor

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Narrator Jennifer M Dixon changing how she is interpreting the voices of younger characters, unpleasant

I have enjoyed this long run authors mrs Jeffries series. Even when narrators changed i perceived the sense of the characters remained true to the authors interpretation and very enjoyable, until this book. Now this very talented Narrator, Jennifer M Dixon, has changed how she is interpreting the voices of younger characters, Betsy and Wiggins as well as others. Her voice tone has become unpleasantly high pitched, whiney and screeching for these character’s dialogues. Not sure i can carry on w series if this continues w future books. I know voice tone appeal is unique to each individual so others may find it tolerable. Sad, as i am enjoying this authors work and will miss following her work