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Murdered Twice

Narrated by: Amanda McKibbin Ogle
Length: 5 hrs and 32 mins
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The Forgotten Coast of Florida contains the most beautiful beaches in the world. It also hides a secret. A viscous murder causes the area to lock doors, staying inside, away from the glory of nature. Delicious Tupelo honey, the most desirable of the golden nectars, silently gathers in hives. Locals collect it lovingly, as did ancestors before them. 

Gulf County Detective Sue Gibbs also gathers something of worth. Slowly, she chips at family and friends as she gathers information leading to the arrest of the perpetrator. Even the revered ladies of the Panhandle Patriots, who know well the secrets of the area, are not beyond scrutiny. These special ladies silently discover mysteries on yellowing sheets of crumbled paper from earlier generations. 

Detective Gibbs will find the killer regardless of consequences. This case will cause discussion for future residents. 

All of this waits for discovery on the Forgotten Coast.

©2015 Linda Heavner Gerald (P)2018 Linda Heavner Gerald

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Suspenseful with great characters

Murdered Twice builds layers of intrigue as a great protagonist - Dectective Sue Gibbs - has to investigate a murder in her small town. In some cases, interrogating some of her best friends and fellow community members. "The Forgotten Coast" of Florida is like a character of its own, and plays an important role. The narrator, Amanda McKibbin Ogle, deftly navigates the multiple points of view and expertly voices an array of interesting characters.