Aria Miller is a psychology student spending her summer break back with her boyfriend in her hometown of Kingsleyville when chaos erupts. The body of a rich art dealer has been found during a fundraiser for the restoration of the church hall and the murderer is unknown. Seeing it as a chance to get ahead in her college work, she decides to start sleuthing.
There are nine potential suspects who were in the hall at the time of death and Aria is going to make sure she gets the right one. With the help of her boyfriend, she soon gets on the case interviewing everyone and unraveling the mystery behind the dead body.
After days of investigation, she finally has the person pinned down. Aria believes it has to be them; they have the biggest motive. However, this crime turns out to be far from simple and the person she least expects seems to be the one hiding the dark secret.
some narrators can do voices of the opposite sex. some cannot. this one definitely cannot. the book was in the perspective of a young woman and voiced by a man in how he thinks young women sound. if it had been a longer book, I would not have been able to finish. the simpering breathy voice grated on my nerves.