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  • A Secret Staircase

  • A Murder at the Morrisey Mystery, Book 2
  • By: Eryn Scott
  • Narrated by: Natalie Duke
  • Length: 7 hrs and 16 mins

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By: Eryn Scott
Narrated by: Natalie Duke
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Meg Dawson and the rest of the Morrisey residents can’t handle anymore surprises in their beloved downtown Seattle apartment building. So, when Meg finds a secret staircase leading down to the famous Seattle Underground, she’s tempted to turn back. The area was supposed to be closed off long ago. 

But turning back isn’t so easy when she stumbles on not one, but two bodies in the hidden space. And even though the two deaths are separated by a century, the victims have more in common than Meg first realizes.

 Meg must sort through the Underground’s storied past to find the truth about who or what took the two lives if she has any hope of stopping it from happening once more. This time, the next body might not take a hundred years to show up.

©2023 Eryn Carpenter (P)2023 Eryn Carpenter

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