Murder in a Moonlit Mason Jar

Narrated by: Robert Cunningham
Length: 10 hrs and 31 mins
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It's summertime, and the living is easy in the idyllic mountaintop town of Serena. 

When two seemingly accidental deaths send Police Chief Jeff Farley into the dense forest on a chilling investigative journey, he finds a legacy of property ownership, illegal moonshining, and the ancient art of hoodoo practice that has kept intruders at bay since the early settlers made claim to the land. 

Charlotte, wife of an ambitious congressman, has come to Serena to escape her husband's political career. She's in search of some peace and, possibly, herself. When her husband shows up unexpectedly, strange events and ghostly happenings are set in motion that challenge the beliefs and intentions of all. 

Set amidst a haunting wilderness where magic still flows, the residents of Serena must solve an ancient mystery and battle a supernatural foe. The human dynamics of love and yearning, greed and madness, and rebellion and redemption unwind at a spellbinding pace beneath the mystifying North Carolina moon.

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Not a fan of small towns but love this story

As the title implies I am not a person who is charmed by small town living . actually just the opposite but O enjoyed this story and this mystery

There were times that felt a little slow as background or the scientific importance of the mountain water was described BUT it was an investment that the author paid back 10 times