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The world's original paranormal detective returns!

Nancy Atherton 's Aunt Dimity series has charmed its way into the hearts of mystery fans everywhere, finding a larger audience with each new book. In Aunt Dimity Goes West, Atherton's vivid storytelling and knack for bringing a setting to life will have fans lassoed to their chairs. Lori Shepherd, still recovering from her most recent adventure, is taking a vacation with her family in the beautiful mountain town of Bluebird, Colorado. But there's something amiss at their seemingly perfect vacation home. Is the place cursed? Or is a sinister human hand shaping its eerie reputation? With Aunt Dimity's help, Lori sets out to solve a 100-year-old mystery and discovers that sometimes the strangest places can seem the most like home.

©2007 Nancy T. Atherton (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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Another wonderful adventure

Another aunt Dimity story. I liked this one much better than last. If the narrator wouldn't read so choppy and monotone, I would enjoy all much more.

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  • Peachtree City, GA United States
  • 02-21-15

Another Good Aunt Dimity Story

Loved the story! The character comparisons between Finch and Bluebird became slightly bothersome, especially when the identical twins showed up.

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