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A touch of nostalgia, good friends, and murder. 

When a former colleague is implicated in his neighbor’s demise, Sheridan Hendley returns to Cold Creek to prove his innocence. Annoying as Max can be, she can’t imagine the quirky professor is capable of murder. Unfortunately, not everyone shares her opinion. Of course, it doesn’t help that Max threatened his neighbor in a public place soon before the man was murdered. Or that the victim’s drug shipments had a habit of turning up on Max’s doorstep. Only as Sheridan asks more questions, she again puts a target on her back. Twists and complications make this an enjoyable listen.

©2019 Christa Nardi (P)2021 Christa Nardi

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Loved it

Another great read with plenty of mystery and characters to keep you guessing. A good addition to the series.

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Great mystery series

Old Friends and New, Another Murder is the 3rd in the Sheridan Hendley mystery series by Christa Nardi. The title says it all. Sheridan becomes embroiled in a murder mystery that includes her college, and her friends. She tries to stay out of it, but someone is targeting her! In the end, the murder and crimes are solved and everything is set to rights. The characters and relationships are continuing to grow in this 3rd book and that’s wonderful! The narration by Jeanne Pilgrim Mayo is terrific. She brings the characters to life with unique voices. Highly recommend this book and the series.

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Well done!

college, college-town, detective, amateur-sleuth, law-enforcement, drugs-issues, murder, murder-investigation, family-dynamics, family, friendship, cozy-mystery*****

Sheridan is a temporary adjunct professor of psychology in a small local college, her husband is a local police detective, and there is a teenaged daughter. There's also a local animal shelter that plays a big part in everyone's lives. Sheridan has been involved in sleuthing a murder in the past and a lot of people are aware of this, so when husband is called out on the murder of a local businessman in the park the madness begins. There's the paranoid/excitable scientist friend who makes life interesting, questions about the dead man's business, and it seems that there is a drug supplier who is peddling designer drugs in the local schools as well as the college. Well done!
Voice artist Jeanne Pilgrim Mayo is excellent at making the differences in characters clear as well as adding more reality to the story itself.

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good listen

Poor Max. I empathized with him and would have been a basket case if I were in his shoes. So many shady people!!! I love that this series highlights rescue dogs and hope it jogs anyone's mind when they think of their next furry friend. I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this and am giving an honest review. The narrator did a good job bringing it to life.

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  • caroline wright
  • 10-21-21

Really entertaining

It really didn't matter coming in late into this series as it was just such a cozy mystery and a great standalone. It was an easy listen and I would really recommend this if this is your genre or if you want to try something new.

Up until recently I had never heard of cozy mystery genre but now really loving them.

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  • Helen
  • 10-05-21

Fabulous

Fabulous murder mystery audiobook loved every minute of the book
When a former colleague is implicated in his neighbor’s demise

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  • Julie
  • 10-03-21

Like an old friend

I enjoyed this book. This is book three in the series, so like the title suggests we have come to know and love the characters in this series over the course of the books. I especially like the time spent at the animal shelter with the dogs and the quirky humans, which makes this series so much fun and the reason I keep coming back. The mystery was interesting, if a bit complicated with all the different motives but it all gets sorted out in the end, nicely. I do think it helps to work your way through the series because past cases and characters are mentioned and only a slight background is given on them. Looking forward to the next mystery.
When a body is found in the woods, Brett is called in but things turn more complicated when it turns out he is more than just a lost hiker. He is Max's neighbour, a man he publicly argued with days before the murder. Max is an old college friend of Sheridan's and he is convinced he is about to be arrested and the only one now can calm him down is Sheridan. Max is more worried about his research than the fact a man is dead which isn't helping the situation. Then a strange package arrives while the police are carrying out a search and the sniffer dog goes mad. Could drugs be behind the motive? Sheridan is in the right place when the search for drugs spreads to the local schools and collages but can she ask the right questions to find the answers? Especially when she is in an accident and ends up on crutches, can she out fun the killer?
I liked the narrator. She helped to make the story captivating and enjoyable.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.