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Jessica Fletcher, Cabot Cove's crime-solving novelist, travels to sunny Mexico only to find her life is in danger in this installment in the USA Today best-selling series.

Jessica is happy to accompany her publisher to Mexico for a little rest and relaxation. San Miguel de Allende is the perfect place for Jessica to soak up the sun, bask in Mexican culture, and spend some time with her good friends, Vaughan and Olga Buckley. But when Vaughan is kidnapped for a large ransom, Jessica must put her life on the line to find her old friend.

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Margaritas and Murder

Another successful and enjoyable murder mystery. I am an ardent fan of these wonderful mystery stories. Thanks from a fan. Barbara McBride

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Good 'read', as usual

I always enjoy a good Murder She Wrote mystery and this was no different. Thank you

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not enjoying

narrator is horrible. she use inflections very well and all the characters sounded flat. story was good....just hard to listen to.

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  • JB
  • 09-23-16

Grating accent spoils it.

This was a very slow book to get into especially with the "Angela Lansbury" accent the narrator attempts. Its awful. The plot was not hard to figure, a disappointment all round.

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