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Publisher's Summary

Welcome to Waterfell Tweed, where things aren't as cozy as they seem.... 

Sandy Shaw was happy with her life running the village cafe and bookstore, until a series of murders in the sleepy village cause everyone to second-guess just how peaceful things are. 

Join Sandy as she sets out to solve the killers, and get peace restored, in this box set collection of the fourth, fifth, and sixth books in the Waterfell Tweed Cozy Mystery Series. 

This box set includes Murder Most Remote, Bang! You're Dead, and The Black Rock Murder

Each novella is around 30,000 words long and is a cozy mystery, meaning they are safe from swearing, sex, violence, and cliffhangers. Each book can be listened to as a standalone but the series is best enjoyed if listened in order.

©2018 Mona Marple (P)2019 Mona Marple

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Good Read

Waterfell Tweed Cozy Mystery Box Set:Books 4-6 (Waterfell Tweed #4-6) was a good read by Mona Marple. This box set consists of; Murder Most Remote, Bang! You’re Dead, and The Black Rock Murder. These books follow Sandy Shaw investigating different murders. This was another good read by Mona Marple.

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Books, Bakes and Murder

This is a continuation of a series of short stories that link together to tell the story of the lives of the characters in Waterfell Tweed revolving around their favorite coffee shop, Books & Bakes. Unfortunately this sleepy town has been plagued with a series of murders that the main character and her trusty pals must solve before anyone else ends up dead. If you like a good cozy mystery then this series is for you. I have quite enjoyed getting to know the characters and seeing their lives progress as they stumble from one mystery to the next. I do hope there will be more stories in the future.

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Waterfell Tweed Cozy set 4-6

I really enjoyed this 3 book set! Good cozy mysteries.Sandy owns a bookstore/bakery and solves murders on the side. Nona Nagle was a fine narrator. I was given this book by the narrator,author or publisher free for an honest review.

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Entertaining Series

I received this book for free. I am voluntarily posting this review and all opinions expressed herein are my own.

This is a collection of books 4 - 6 in the Waterfell Tweed Cozy Mysteries. It is light and entertaining. The characters are quirky but very likeable. An enjoyable way to spend the afternoon.

All of the books in this compilation were narrated by Nano Nagle. She is a great job in bringing Waterfell Tweed to life with her creation of distinct characters and personalities through her vocal abilities.

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Didn't Want it to End

Cozy is a good word to describe this series. I loved the recipes, and the coffee shop scenes. The narrator was wonderful as well.

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Murder Most Remote---Sandy and Tom are on the road to buy books. She's feeling conflicted because she feels guilty leaving her family to run her business. Tom tries to be the voice of reason. So off they go. At the village they visit to check out and hopefully buy books, they decide on a tour of a castle. To their surprise, most of the tourists are American and then the matriach is killed. It's up to Sandy and Tom to find the killer while awaiting the police.

Bang You're Dead!---Once again Sandy is pulled into a murder case. Only this time it deals with a hitman. Now Sandy needs to figure out the wherewithall with the murder.

The Black Rock Murder---Who thought a storm could bring such havoc that includes murder. Sandy is now on the trail of a murderer amid a plethora of suspects.

Nano Nagle is a fantastic narrator and her accent is to die for as she brings each character to life.
Fantastic audio and stories!!

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Loved them

Love this series. This a great little bundle and the story lines are great and very entertaining. I love the characters. I recommend this series and this bundle. The narrator does a great job. I was gifted these books at my request in exchange for a honest review.

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I have enjoyed all of these books each one is filled with suspense to find the murder

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Great series

This is the second box set of books don’t miss out on a great series. There was a lot of mystery, murder, suspense and humor. The narrator has a great voice that brings each character their own individuality.

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As entertaining as set no 1:)

My comebak to the small village of Waterfell Tweed was as relaxing and entertaining as my first visit there:)

The second set of cozy mysteries with Sandy Shore in her role of a PI has all the advantages and all the faults (small ones, though:)) of the first. The mysteries are quite short but logical; these are crimes of passion rather than cold-blooded murders, with emotions running high and making you feel sorry for the culprits most of the time. The characters are an interesting bunch of people, and their personal lives develop throughout all six stories (in 2 box sets), which makes the books seem more real (life in Waterfell Tweed is not frozem in time:)).
The only fault again? Too few clues on the way to the solution - or was it me not paying enough attention to details?:)
Anyway, it's a fantastic set of relaxing cozies for a lazy afternoon:)

Narration by Ms Nagle is very good. I'll repeat what I once wrote: she varies voices enough for me to easily follow the dialogues but she doesn't overdo them, especially the male ones. She reads at a good pace and conveys the emotions and the personalities of all the characters very well, making the books really come to life. A very good inetrpretation of the series.

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

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  • 08-14-19

A good series

Three very enjoyable cosy mysteries. The pace is gentle and the mysteries are good which make the perfect listening on a lazy day.
The narrator did a great job and I found it very easy to listen to and get caught up in the stories.
Each mystery is resolved in a satisfying way leaving you ready to jump into the next adventure.

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  • Kate @MLHearingThings
  • 07-15-19

Cakes and corpses...

Another lightweight listen in a nice, gentle series. The stories from Waterfell Tweed always live up to their promise as a 'cosy', even if the village's body-count rivals that of Midsomer.

There are similar editing/grammar issues to the last collection but the stories are more consistent and the mysteries held my interest. It was nice to revisit familiar characters and I warmed to them much more easily this time round.

The narrator, Nano Nagle, gave an entertaining performance, and I didn't find the Australian accent as distracting this time because I was accustomed to it. Her Scottish and Welsh were a bit hit and miss - but then so are mine!

Overall it was another nice, relaxing listen, and I'd happily revisit the series when there is another collection of the stories. I hope Sandy branches out into investigating other crimes, not just murders, as the village is starting to feel quite perilous!

*I received this audiobook free of charge in exchange for an honest, unbiased review