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Renovations begin on the Victorian mansion and lead to revelations about Professor Marion Linden and why she left the house to Angie in her will, while questions surface about the Robin's Point land. Who really owned the land where Nana's cottage once stood? The Roseland sisters begin an investigation into misdeeds of the past, and with the help of their two fine felines, engage in a dangerous search for the truth.

©2015 J. A. Whiting (P)2015 Tantor

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  • Penny
  • 11-01-17

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Another great story. Extremely entertaining and keeps you listening iubtil the end. A story you become a part of and the characters are like old friends. Thank for a relaxing adventure.

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  • Susan K Donley
  • 27-12-16

Paranormal warning

This has happened to me several times: I read the description of a book labeled "mystery", it sounds interesting or entertaining. I buy it and start listening. Before long I realize this is not a traditional mystery solved by dogged investigation of real-world evidence, gathered, organized, and analyzed by sharp minds. Rather it is a new category of mystery that doesn't rely on facts and hard evidence at all, but on interventions from another extrasensory world. That's fine for those who enjoy such stories, but I don't appreciate not being given fair warning so I can look elsewhere. Maybe people writing book descriptions view the occult as just a plot twist any reader would enjoy?
Please, publishers, make your descriptions clear when mediums, ghosts, psychics, stances, ESP, witchcraft, etc. play a part in a story. For may of us, this is a matter of faith, not literary taste.

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