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The Heirloom Murders

Chloe Ellefson Mystery Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Elise Arsenault
Length: 9 hrs and 50 mins
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Summary

As collections curator for Old World Wisconsin, Chloe Ellefson delights in losing herself in antiques and folk traditions - and forgetting her messy love life. But her peace is destroyed when her ex-boyfriend unexpectedly turns up, followed by a break-in at her friend Dellyn's historic house - a potential treasure trove of priceless antiques. Was the intruder hunting for the missing Eagle Diamond, a legendary gemstone unearthed in 1876?

When a grisly murder takes place on the museum grounds, Chloe is further drawn into a mystery involving a rare variety of Swiss cheese, a nearly extinct heirloom flower...and plain, old-fashioned, murderous greed.

©2011 Kathleen Ernst (P)2017 Tantor

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"Entertaining...Greed, passion, skill, and luck all figure in this surprise-filled outing." ( Publishers Weekly)

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  • 26-09-17

Local names

The mispronunciation of Oconomowac was disconcerting. Please check the local pronunciation of place names. It's very arresting in the flow of a reading to hear a place name totally mispronounced.

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  • Beatrice
  • 29-05-17

Ok

This is an OK story but it moves to slow. I don't think I will get the next one.