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The Lost Lady of Limone

The Lake Garda Mysteries, Volume 1
Narrated by: Claire Nicholls
Series: The Lake Garda Mysteries, Book 1
Length: 2 hrs and 12 mins
4 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Volume one of the Lake Garda Mysteries. 

The Lost Lady of Limone tells of a modern-day amateur detective who solves a difficult case in Italy. Set in the beautiful Lake Garda town of Limone, our unlikely heroine is a 19-year-old girl. She does not get everything right at first but achieves her goal in the end. 

Splashings of humour abound, and romance bubbles in the air. 

©2018 K T Ashbourne (P)2018 K T Ashbourne

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The Lost Lady of Limone

I enjoyed this cozy mystery set in Italy. The main character, Kim, was obviously young and inexperienced, but that just added to the coziness. I love how she didn’t give up.

This was my first book written by KT Ashbourne and narrated by Claire Nicholls. I’m looking forward to seeing how this series progresses.

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

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The lost lady of limone

I found this book to be a strange one. I actually like the main character because she is different to what authors usually a characterize character. She acts like a teen and is immature at times.
There was a scene in the book that I felt it did not need to be there at all. It had me confused. A couple had sex (we don't see it but they do make noises) in the copier room and yet they knew someone was outside waiting to be seen by the detective. I cannot for the life of me understand what the point of that scene is.
As for the mystery, well it is not a mystery since we are told who did it.
I have mixed feeling about this one but I will give the second one a go.

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Enjoyable Mystery, a treat to listen to!

I enjoyed this cozy mystery set against a luscious Italian backdrop! The mystery creeps up on you against the charm of the setting, getting to know the characters, and the splashes of humor entwined in the storytelling, which all add up to an enjoyable mystery well worth your time.

I would be remiss if I did not say, BEWARE, Audiobook Buyer! — the first time I settled down to listen to this book I dozed off to sleep! The narrator, Claire Nicholls, has a lovely, calming, lilting voice that’s a perfect match for the story. I gave it a thorough re-listen when I was more awake (to be fair, the first time I started listening was at the end of a long day), and was very glad I did — It’s a gem of an audiobook and I really enjoyed the story and the way the narrator voiced all of the characters.

Note: I received this title for free in exchange for an unbiased review.

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  • MKE
  • 07-06-19

Fun with the tour guide!

Italy, tourist-town, amateur-sleuth, cosy-mystery, situational-humor, verbal-humor

Too much fun! Kim is a young woman who has the same last name as the owner of the tour agency she has come to work for in Italy despite not speaking the language. Taking advantage of a misunderstanding, she passes for the owner's daughter as her own father does indeed have his own small business back in England. As tour guide to oldsters, she embellishes the tours with rather fanciful tales of the sights and does get into some minor trouble. Then, she notices that one of the couples has made a significant change. The wife is wearing the same bright yellow garments but is younger and taller! Let the sleuthing begin!
Claire Nicholls is great as the perky teen and the other characters as well.

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Not my cup of tea

The Lost Lady of Limone
: KT Ashbourne

I've tried listening to this twice now, and unfortunatly it did not hold my attention. It maybe that I'm just not in the right mindset for it. The story line seems interesting. Maybe on another day I might enjoy it more.



The narration was well done. The characters were well portrayed. Claire Nicholls has a lovely voice.



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

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  • Helen
  • 09-08-19

great book

The Lost Lady of Limone tells of a modern-day amateur detective who solves a difficult case in Italy.
great book enjoyed from the start