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Murder, She Wrote: The Murder of Twelve

Narrated by: Laural Merlington
Length: 8 hrs and 3 mins

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Still staying at the Hill House hotel while her beloved home is being rebuilt, Jessica Fletcher finds herself sharing the space for a weekend with a dozen members of a wedding party who have gathered there for a rehearsal dinner. The families of the bride and groom can't stand each other but have agreed to put aside years of long-simmering tension to celebrate the nuptials. 

Unfortunately, weather forecasters underestimated the severity of a storm that turns into a historic blizzard that dumps nearly five feet of snow on Cabot Cove, leaving everyone stranded. 

But the hotel guests have bigger things to worry about than bad weather conditions and potential cold feet, because a murderer has shown up uninvited - one who has vowed to take them down one by one....

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  • Shelby L
  • 27-09-2020

Guessing

I love a good trapped with a murderer on the loose setting, this one had me guessing who it was in all directions, including the obvious ones.

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  • Jennifer Baratta
  • 17-06-2020

outstanding story

Laural Merlington is an outstanding narrator. Murder She Wrote available on Audible woohoo! Please listen

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  • Alex
  • 05-06-2020

Edit Much?

OK so I wanna know what is so difficult about editing, that the author can confuse the story's characters relationships. Multiple times characters are said to be related to each other when they're not, it makes the entire wedding party seem like they're one gigantic family when they're not. Clearly this is an issue. I shouldn't have to rewind and listen to it again to confirm that there is an editing issue.