Murder at the Well
by Debbie Young
Narrated by Mary Woodvine
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Pub Date 16 Feb 2023 | Archive Date 15 Feb 2023
A romantic Valentine’s evening at The Bluebird turns into a murder mystery when a dead body plummets to the bottom of the village well.
There are no witnesses, but surely in a community where everyone knows each other’s business, the murderer can’t stay hidden for long?
Sophie doesn’t think so, and she’s on the case, determined to restore peace to the idyllic Cotswold village once more.
The latest cosy mystery from bestselling author Debbie Young is ideal for fans of Richard Osman, Katie Gayle, and Catherine Coles.
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|DURATION||5 Hours, 10 Minutes|
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Average rating from 17 members
This is the fourth in the series and I’ve been an avid reader of the other three, so was excited to start this one.
I’ve grown to get to know the characters, the community and couldn’t wait to return to see how things were progressing. Sophie has been such an endearing character and her budding relationship with Hector has made for an addicting read. I loved them both in this and they were both certainly being tested but definitely rose to the challenge…
I really enjoyed the plot and story of this one. It was certainly different and pleasantly not what I was expecting. I enjoyed the direction it went in and it was such an easy and enjoyable listen.
I pretty much listened to it in one sitting and was surprised at how much it flew by! The narrator was super easy to listen to and made slipping into this story effortless. It certainly is a cozy mystery and I can’t wait for more to (hopefully) follow.
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