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Charlie has reluctantly returned to her childhood home of Boulder, Colorado, to be with her mother, who just had major surgery. Boulder evokes decidedly mixed feelings in Charlie. She left after her daughter, Libby, was conceived 16 years ago and hasn't returned until now. 

There's plenty to keep her emotions occupied, though, since her mother seems to be suspected of doing away with one of her neighbors. Charlie has lots to ponder, including: What happened to her mother's neighbor, and why do the police suspect Edwina? Will her daughter's father finally want to meet his child?

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Fun, interesting, like a Charlaine Harris mystery

If you could sum up It's Murder Going Home in three words, what would they be?

This is a much better job of reading than the previous book. Lynda Evans definately improved in reading and differentiating characters.

What other book might you compare It's Murder Going Home to and why?

This is comparable to Joan Hess Claire Malloy book.smart characters with a wry sense of humor.

What does Lynda Evans bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Shes improved with this book

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I love the slight psychic ability that Charlie kkeeps denying and her daughter has inherited.