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Publisher's Summary

She needs a crystal ball. Instead she gets a cat. 

After losing her fiance, friends, and job, Wendy Fairmont moves back to her hometown to lick her wounds and start over. But when she discovers the man next door may have been murdered, she's sucked into an investigation that isn't making her too popular with the new neighbors.   

Soon she encounters a former classmate who's transformed from nearly invisible to totally irresistible, making it difficult to stay focused on setting up her new photography business. Not only that, but her old school nemesis is now married to the small town's sheriff, and she's determined to make Wendy's life miserable. All this, as well as a stray cat channeling the spirit of her grandmother, makes Wendy's fresh start more like a dead end. 

Will she be able to return to her former life, or will old demons resurface to destroy her future?  

Negative Exposure is the first audiobook in the Killer Shots Mysteries. Part Gilmore Girls and part Nancy Drew, this series has plenty of snarky humor, quirky characters, and intriguing mystery to keep listeners coming back for more.

©2017 Lisa B. Thomas (P)2018 Lisa B. Thomas

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Negative Exposure

This is a really good murder mystery.Wendy moves back to town.She lives in her grandmothers old house.The neighbors are eccentric but nice.The only question is 'who killed Harold?' I was happy the way this turned out in the end.Karen Krause was a great narrator.I was given this book by the narrator,author or publisher free for an honest review.

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Very good mystery!

This was a good mystery! Kept me guessing the whole time!

Narrator was great!

Check it out!

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Jan M
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Photographer's Story

I really enjoyed this cozy murder mystery by Lisa B Thomas. I had not expected some of the twists that occurred in this story. I found some aspects of the book to be realistic (starting over, competition with former rivals) while others not so much. The story has some great humor along with endearing characters. I really liked Wendy and her antics, and fell in love with Cricket. Karen Krause is a new narrator to me, and she performed this book great! I thought she fit the New Mexico dialect. I requested this review copy audiobook and have voluntarily written this review. I will definitely listen to more books by this author and narrator.

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Wendy, a former cheerleader, is dispirited. She expected her life to be better, more fulfilling by this time in her life, and she's living on financial fumes. Having inherited her Grandmother's house in her old hometown, things could be worse, but they could also be a whole lot better. Her neighbors are wacky, and not always nice. A high school rival, married to the sheriff, is determined to make her life even more miserable. And it looks like the spaghetti sauce next door is more than likely blood of a deceased inhabitant. Lots of twists and turns, snarky giggles, a potentially psychic cat, and great narration from Karen Krause. Thomas's cozy mystery is perfect for a commute, folding laundry, gardening, or relaxation with an entertaining read.

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Enjoyable cosy mystery

A great short mystery that kept me entertained. An easy, enjoyable listen. Will listen to more books by Thomas.
Took me awhile to get used to the drawling narrative but it fit the story well.