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Murder at Harbor Village

A Cleo Mack Mystery, Book 1
Narrated by: Karen White
Series: A Cleo Mack Mystery, Book 1
Length: 9 hrs and 33 mins
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Young retiree Cleo Mack is trading in academia for a second act in Harbor Village, a community for active seniors in coastal Alabama. But someone in this picture-perfect coastal town is burning the candle at both ends...

It's love at first sight when Cleo arrives in Fairhope, Alabama, after taking early retirement from her longtime position as professor of social work. Touted as "the nicest town in the world," Fairhope is home to an eclectic community of retirees. Harbor Village boasts classes in painting, pottery, and photography, not to mention being a buyer's market for husbands. It seems an ideal place to make new friends and rediscover life. Until a dead body is found in the pool.

When the victim turns out to be the unpopular director of senior living, Cleo is named acting director. Now she must rely on her well-honed people skills to uncover a killer in a place where short-term memory isn't what it used to be, and age is just a number. And if Cleo keeps snooping around, her number may soon be up....

©2018 Gail Gardner (P)2019 Tantor

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This is a good debut to a new series. The characters are engaging and the plot is well written. Karen White does a good job as narrator. I look forward to future books in this series.