• Statue of Limitations

  • Goddess of Greene St. Mystery, Book 1
  • By: Kate Collins
  • Narrated by: Kim Niemi
  • Length: 8 hrs and 17 mins
  • 4.1 out of 5 stars (15 ratings)

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Statue of Limitations

By: Kate Collins
Narrated by: Kim Niemi
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Publisher's Summary

In this delightful new series by the New York Times best-selling author of the Flower Shop Mysteries series, Athena Spencer comes back home to work with her crazy big Greek family at their garden center. But she never expected a return to her roots would mean protecting her family from murder...

After her divorce, Athena has returned to coastal Michigan to work in her family's garden center and raise her son, while also caring for a mischievous wild raccoon and fending off her family's annoying talent for nagging. Working alone at the garden center one night, Athena is startled by a handsome stranger who claims to be the rightful owner of a valuable statue her grandfather purchased at a recent estate sale.

But she has even bigger problems on her plate. The powerful Talbot family from whom her papous bought the statue is threatening to raze the shops on Greene Street's "Little Greece" to make way for a condo. The recent death of the family's patriarch already seemed suspicious, but now it's clear that a murderer is in their midst. Athena will have to live up to her warrior goddess namesake to protect her family from a killer and save their community from ruin...

©2020 Linda L. Tsoutsouris (P)2020 Tantor

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Great Read

I loved meeting Athena and her big Greek family and community. They are full of life, laughter, and sometimes strife but always love, and they are a joy to get to know. Athena may need to be reminded how important all those things are after her years away, and the threat of losing that community to a greedy developer is just the kick in the pants she needs. Of course, there is at least one suspicious death, and one handsome but mysterious stranger, and other quirky characters that all resolve into one great read.

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Surprising gem

I stumbled on this as a blind date option and was pleasantly surprised. I loved the Greek theme and cultural references. The big Greek family and all the wonderful Greek food. I enjoyed the mystery with a touch of romance. It was a great combination. I will definitely be going on a second date and reading the next book in this series!

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Love this!

I absolutely loved this book. So glad to have a new series to look forward to, and I hope there is a second book soon. I started listening to this and literally could not stop. I ended up staying up until 2 am to finish it. Primary characters were well developed and there are enough secondary characters with a lot of potential to come forward in future books. I really enjoyed the relationship between the two primary characters. Even though this wasn't quite as much a "who done it" as a "how do we prove it", the plot line kept me involved to the end. I am definitely looking forward to more in this series.

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not for me

I had a hard time getting through this book. The plot was predictable and Athena was a bit of an idiot. I found her actions unbelievable. The rest of the characters were also flat. I just didn't like it. The only thing that was interesting was the blog entries. But, the entries were very personal and I can't believe no one figured out that Athena was writing them.