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Everybody in the village liked Grace Mathison, but when the body of this retired schoolteacher is found on the roof of her home, it is up to the small-town police force to determine what has happened and why.

The residents of Summerfield, Ohio, under investigation and ranging in character, all add pieces to the puzzle. But the more the police department learns, the more questions they have, and the scope of their investigation grows. Solving the death of Grace Mathison is only the beginning, and the reputations of several leading citizens become at risk. In a town where everyone knows everyone else, the most danger comes from trying to keep something hidden.

©2019 Black Rose Writing (P)2019 Beacon Audiobooks

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  • Dany Scott
  • 12-08-2019

Only two stars!

The narrator read this as if he was reading a bedtime story to someone. In other words, I could have narrated it. The story itself felt almost sweet, innocent, small town goings on. It was interesting in places, so I kept listening, but many dialogs were redundant and the ending pretty uninteresting.
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  • Gloria Donaubauer
  • 11-08-2019

Don't waste your time or credits.

struggled to finish! the narration is some of the worst I've endured. boring! boring! boring!

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