Progressive Dinner Deadly:
A Dyeing Shame:
A Myrtle Clover Mystery, Book 3 Audible – Unabridged
A Body in the Backyard
Death at a Drop-In
A Body at Book Club:
Death Pays a Visit:
A Body at Bunco:
Murder on Opening Night
Review from AudioFile Magazine:
Narrator Judy Blue so aptly portrays each character in this Myrtle Clover mystery that it’s difficult to select a favorite. North Carolina octogenarian Clover and her trusty sidekick, Miles Bradford, begin sleuthing after an unpleasant leading lady, Nandina Marshall, is killed during a performance. Clover’s marvelous wit will sweep listeners along as she questions witnesses at the theater, funerals, and anywhere else she can corral them. Blue expertly presents both text and dialogue, outdoing herself with the actors’ outsized egos and inability to stop acting, no matter what. Each eccentric character is droll but always believable–with drunken theater owner Mr. Tucan being especially convincing. Most rewarding is hearing about Clover and Bradford’s endearing friendship and Clover’s encounters with her family, especially her son, the police chief. S.G.B. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine [Published: JUNE 2016]
Cruising for Murder
Narrator: Judy Blue
When Myrtle and her friend Miles set out for adventure on the high sea, they assume most of the trip’s excitement will result from shore excursions to charming Alaskan villages.
They feel as if their ship has come in. But when a fellow passenger disappears, Myrtle realizes she must seize the helm and find the killer…before more souls are lost.
And a “cozy zombie mystery by Elizabeth writing as “Liz Craig”:
Race to Refuge
Narrated by Julia Farmer
Ty, who’s only recently gotten his driver’s permit, is abruptly thrust into adulthood as he desperately seeks to save his younger sister. He makes a fast friend in a German shepherd yearning for companionship and love in this new, dangerous world.
Charlie, restlessly searching for meaning in his life, learns meaning is elusive during an apocalypse. Tremendous obstacles provide him with new self-discoveries.
If they can escape the constant peril and find refuge, can they forge a new life from the ruins of the old one?