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Is her best friend a killer?

The respectable ladies of the Knitters' Guild plan to spring a surprise on the quiet cathedral city, but murder isn't part of the scheme.

The last thing Libby Forest needs is another investigation into a mysterious sudden death. There's enough on her plate already. The fast-growing cake and chocolate business takes all her time, her apprentice has problems, and even Bear, her beloved dog, is determined to create havoc. She'd like to leave detection to the police, but the prime suspect begs for help, and once more, Libby takes on the role of amateur sleuth.

©2017 Frances Evesham (P)2018 Tantor

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Yarn bombing!

cosy-mystery, england, family-dynamics, friendship, pets, murder-investigation, murder

Yarn bombing! Some folks get excited about the side story regarding Libby and her personal life (interesting enough, I guess) but I REALLY like the publicity given to the yarn bombing! The mystery was well done with just the right amount of plot twists, danger, and red herrings (including a colleague of Max who in investigating thefts for the Antiquarian Book Society). Great read!
Jennifer M. Dixon is an enthusiastic narrator whose distinctive voices are quite good.

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The narrator is unconvincing. She has an inability to change her voice or perform accents.
Her enunciation is clear, however the above completely spoils what could be a reasonable listen