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New York Times best-selling author Rita Mae Brown partners with her feline coauthor Sneaky Pie to give listeners a rollicking mystery in Murder at Monticello.

The citizens of quiet Crozet, Virginia, are about to have their small town turned upside down by a shocking discovery. After an archaeological dig reveals a skeleton under Thomas Jefferson's Monticello home, forgotten passions and bitter controversies are re-ignited. When a modern day killer adds another body to the already tangled web of deceit, suddenly there are two murders to solve - and Mary Minor "Harry" Haristeen goes hunting for the truth. Her friends Mrs.Murphy the tiger cat and Tee Tucker the corgi are on the hunt too - for a killer who's out to keep Harry quiet.

Solve another case with Mrs. Murphy.
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  • Dorinda
  • CHARLOTTE, NC, USA
  • 03-17-10

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I LOVED THIS STORY. I AM TRYING TO FIND EARLY BOOKS.

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new cozy series fan

drifted through parts of story but liked the premises and Cats, history setting, archeological nature too.

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ceylon mckinnis hemet, ca

love and enjoying reading this book over and over again. higly recommend reading this book. can't wait to read the next one after this. like always hairy is up to her neck once again in murder trying to put the pieces together in order to solve the murder before she is kill instead.

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Interesting take on slavery

What would have made Murder at Monticello better?

This series is only OK. The characters are ok and the plots are worse. I was interested in what would happen to the characters as the books progress but I'm not going to read anymore since I found Ms. Brown comments on slavery to be disturbing.

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