• Murder at the Bridge

  • Exham on Sea Mysteries, Book 5
  • By: Frances Evesham
  • Narrated by: Jennifer M. Dixon
  • Length: 4 hrs and 52 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (52 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A summer wedding....

An eccentric aunt....

What can possibly go wrong?

Libby's instincts tell her there's something amiss in the picturesque villages, small towns, and rural farms of Exmoor. Then, people begin to disappear....

She's joined forces with on-off partner Max in a private investigation business, but she's getting cold feet about the idea of marriage. After all, it's taken plenty of hard work to regain her independence after her husband's death.

Meanwhile, a sinister new acquaintance sends shivers down her spine....

If you love British murder mysteries, join Libby, her faithful sheepdog, and the other quirky characters of Exham on Sea as she investigates the death of a wedding guest.

©2017 Frances Evesham (P)2018 Tantor

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Depressing narration and yarn

Jennifer Dixon’s narration is in a depressing monotone that borders on morbid. While it is difficult in series like this to seem plausible, this story does not come close. Just how many times can family and friends be kidnapped and beaten? A farmer who is a master cyber-criminal in cahoots with a healing cult? You must be joking. While I generally admire Frances Evesham’s writing, this one let me down.

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Good book. Great serious. Wonderful author

I loved this book. I am a big fan of British cozy mysteries and this series is my new favorite. I love the character development in this book. I think I listened to it all in one day. Definitely recommend.

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Good book

Good book good story I really liked it and the narrator was real good keeps your attention for sure

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  • 03-30-20

Couldn't get into it at all

I think a different narrator would have been better.. Perhaps a male voice? Noty good

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