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The USA Today best-selling series returns as Jessica discovers a real estate deal to die for....

Jessica's friend, Eve Simpson, is Cabot Cove's premier real estate agent and is currently trying to sell one of the town's oldest properties - the Spencer Percy House. Unfortunately, not only is the building in deplorable condition, it's also rumored to be haunted. Things only get worse when the home's elderly occupant dies under suspicious circumstances. Now as Jessica investigates, Eve hires a medium to rid the house of the alleged apparition. But if Jessica isn't careful, she may join the ranks of the dearly departed.

©2015 Murder, She Wrote © Universal Network Television LLC. Licensed by Universal Studios Licensing LLC 2015 (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved. Recorded by arrangement with NAL Signet, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House LLC. Murder, She Wrote is a trademark and copyright of Universal Studios.

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Good Entry in the Series

A suspicious death. A "haunted" house. A mysterious stranger. Sounds like Jessica Fletcher has another mystery to solve.

I'm a long time fan of this series. I enjoyed it when it was on TV and I've read many of the books. The pace is moderate, there is no graphic sex or violence, and no crude language. When I want something relaxing and enjoyable this series is a good choice for me.

If you've enjoyed other books in the series, you'll probably like this one.

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  • R. Grecula
  • Baxter, Minnesota United States
  • 09-07-17

Hated it!!!

I love the Murder she wrote movies so I thought the books would be fun to listen to. This book was so boring and the narrator was terrible. I didn't finish listening to this book, the narrator killed the characters .

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Did not disappoint!

Great story line. Not easily predictable. Kept me entertained and ready for more. Looking forward to the next book.

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Another great Murder She Wrote audiobook

What did you love best about Murder, She Wrote: The Ghost and Mrs. Fletcher?

I am such a fan of the TV series, that it is a pleasure to be able to listen to mystery stories that are a novelized continuation of the MSW TV series. The author, Donald Bain has made a real effort to stay consistent with the characters while keeping the story lines fresh and new. Sandra Burr does a very good job as the voice of Jessica Fletcher and the other voices as well. I really enjoyed this story for the mystery and for the continued writing that is keeping Cabot Cove, Maine and the character of Jessica Fletcher alive.

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  • SD
  • Pacific Northwest
  • 06-10-16

My favorite of all the Murder, She Wrote books

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

This book had the best plot and story line of any of the Murder, She Wrote books I have listened to, and I've listened to a lot. This is by far my favorite. The characters are easy to follow, the story line is believable and there is suspense and surprises.

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

I love her as a narrator.

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To predictable

Storyline was to predictable. I am amazed at how this type of story resemble so many others. Ending was not a good twist.