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Publisher's Summary

There’s more than one secret in the old Blackmoore house. Some have been buried for a long time and some are sitting closer to the surface.

Morgan and Fiona Blackmoore enjoy their simple life in the sleepy ocean-side town of Noquitt Maine where they offer herbal remedies and crystal healing for locals and tourists alike.

...Until Morgan is accused of killing the town shrew, Prudence Littlefield.

Suddenly the girls find themselves scrambling to find the real killer while they battle a crooked Sheriff, planted evidence, and a long list of suspects that all had a reason to want Prudence dead.

Handsome Jake Cooper is new to the Noquitt Maine police force, which is exactly why Fiona Blackmoore doesn't trust him. But with time running out and the evidence against her sister piling up, Fiona has to make a choice - will she trust Jake with her sister's case...and her own heart?

Add in an old mansion on the cliffs of Maine, an attic full of mysterious treasures, and a cat that has the uncanny ability to show up at exactly the right time and Fiona has her hands full proving the Sheriff's accusations about her sister being a murderer are Dead Wrong.

This is book 1 in the Blackmoore Sisters Cozy Mystery Series.

©2013 Lee Dobbins (P)2014 Lee Dobbins

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Too Short

Nice little cozy. A bit simplistic, not all the characters were well developed. It was very short, maybe if there were a few more pages, a bit more character development, it would have rated higher. What was there was good.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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DEAD WRONG

Interesting story, lots of twists and turns. A light hearted murder mystery. Easy to listen to.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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not to bad

At first I was irratated with the story, there was no way the prime suspect could have done it. But we found out at the end of the story why she was considered a suspect.
Overall: not bad and entertaining

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Not paranormal

Not a paranormal mystery. The cat is a little mysterious and that's about it. Otherwise it's just another who done it love story. I'm assuming that if you read further into the series, that the cat is really the girls dead mother or the like, but this first book is a bit of a let down that doesn't leave you searching for more.

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  • Beatrice
  • Houston, TX, United States
  • 04-05-15

it was okay

The story was formulaic. The characters were flat and the mystery was predictable. But it was light, fluffy and quick. I recommend it for a day when you have a lot to do and need background noise.

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Going to be a good series

this is going to be a good series.i can tell you now I don't like the sheriff.Which I guess is good. Already started on the second book.

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Blackwood sisters

The Blackwood sisters have to find out who is trying to frame one of them for murder. But the police don't want to find out who that is, but one does.

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Blackmore Sisters

Would you consider the audio edition of Dead Wrong to be better than the print version?

I enjoy the audio versions because it allows my hands to be free, I am not in the position to judge one book over the other. I would say off hand they all would be good. I enjoy all of Mrs. Dobbs books.

What other book might you compare Dead Wrong to and why?

Mrs. Dobbs' writing stands alone.

What about Hollis McCarthy’s performance did you like?

She is great!!!

Any additional comments?

I really enjoy the fact that she ties one look to another, with a reminder of what had taken place previously, it is important to read them own order. And I would like to thank her for such great stories.

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Great Little Mystery

Leighanne Dobbs did a very good job with this little cozy mystery. The characters were engaging and the plot interesting. I can't wait to see what the sheriff has up his sleeve in the next book in the series.

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Good Reading At Beach

The book started out a little slow but then I had trouble not wanting to put the book down. What did the girls think would happen if they sold some things from the the houses since the girls were so young. they would hold on to the houses for mature years.

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  • Teddy
  • 11-20-17

Excellent!

I enjoyed this book enough that I bought the rest of the series as soon as I'd finished this one.

I could do without the cliched romance element, but it's minimal and the book as a whole is engaging, well written and well read, so well worth a listen.

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  • Suzy GM
  • 05-30-16

How dumb?

I know these books are fictional but for heaven sake give the reader a mediocre of brains! Top detective from Boston? Really. Very poor shame because the content is there just not story.