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Lederhosen, accordions and a dead body! Coffee roaster Jennifer Penny was astonished when she walked into her coffee booth the second day of Hermann, Minnesota's Polka Daze Festival. A dead body lay under the table!

Jennifer, Megan Murphy and Sister Bernadine, the only working nun in town, have been friends since second grade. When Sister Bernadine becomes the chief suspect, Jennifer gets on the bandwagon to find the real murderer and prove the innocence of her unjustly suspected friend.

While unearthing clues, Jennifer dodges the demands of her soon to be ex-husband and the advances of a sexy cop and a flirtatious butcher. She'll need more than a double espresso to stay on her toes and solve this mystery.

Too Dead to Dance is filled with excitement, fun, and suspense, along with charming details drawn from the world of hometown festivals and craft fairs.

©2010 Diane V Morlan (P)2012 Diane V Morlan

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A fun listen

Would you listen to Too Dead to Dance again? Why?

Probably

Any additional comments?

The narrator's speed was inconsistent, at times I could hardly keep up she talked so fast (especially with the main character) and other times it was perfect. I confess I had to 'rewind' numerous times because I would get lost if I blinked, and apparently I blink a lot.