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Stowed Away

Maine Clambake Mysteries Series, Book 6
Narrated by: Dara Rosenberg
Series: Maine Clambake Mysteries, Book 6
Length: 6 hrs and 56 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (52 ratings)

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It's June in Busman's Harbor, Maine, and Julia Snowden and her family are working hard to get their authentic Maine clambake business ready for summer. Preparations must be put on hold, however, when a mysterious yacht drops anchor in the harbor - and delivers an unexpected dose of murder....

When Julia's old prep school rival Wyatt Jayne invites her to dinner on board her billionaire fiancé's decked-out yacht, Julia arrives to find a sumptuous table set for two - and the yachtsman dead in his chair. Suspicion quickly falls on Wyatt, and Julia's quest to dredge up the truth leads her into the murky private world of a mega-rich recluse who may not have been all that he seemed....

©2018 Barbara Ross (P)2017 Tantor

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Stowed Away

Very moving & forgiving in the end. Lots of intrigue, murder, robery, & mystery! Also secrets & family, also love!

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Stowed Away

Fun book, great characters. Fast read. I would recommend this book to friends and anyone who like fun books.

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meh

The narrator makes this story difficult to get through. The story is ok but it's not remarkable.

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Once again unto the Clambake

Barbara Ross is an unusual cozy writer -- Sometimes what she has to say is serious. In addition to that anomaly, she even commits literature now and then. She can write English, and with style. Her name on the cover is a guarantee that I will never have cause to wince over her grammar (although I MAY about the narrator's erratic pronunciation.) I have grown increasingly fond of Julia and Chris, her family and friends. The characters are written with sympathy and believability.

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