Audio Book Review-Foliage and Fatality-Karen Musser Nortman | Miki's Hope

Audio Book Review-Foliage and Fatality-Karen Musser Nortman

Thursday, July 23, 2020

These two sisters are as different as can be--and do get into squabbles on occasion. They took a road trip in Max's Studebaker to visit Lil's son and his family-along with Max's dog. While there a woman is found dead in an old house which was going to be used for a fund raiser. These two just could not let it go--they had to figure it out.-much to the distress of Lil's son and the police! They were quite good but did get in a bit of trouble which left Lil walking with a walker!

I actually never read this as an e-book but it certainly kept my attention! The narrator did a really good job when reading-I was able to picture all that was happening.

I received this audio book from the author for my enjoyment and possible review.

About the Book: (from Amazon)

Seventy-something sisters, Max and Lil, visit western Pennsylvania, partly to see Lil's son Terry and his family, and partly to enjoy to colorful fall foliage. The sisters volunteer to help staff a fund-raiser haunted house. The house has amazing special effects and a haunted garden. It is hugely popular and should bring in a lot of money for the new school auditorium. What could go wrong?

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About the Author: (from Amazon)

Karen Musser Nortman, after previous incarnations as a secondary social studies teacher (22 years) and a test developer (18 years), returned to her childhood dream of writing mysteries. Her first series, The Frannie Shoemaker Campground Mysteries, sprouted from numerous camping trips in Iowa and through at least 24 other states. The Frannie Shoemaker Mysteries center around a group of retirees who camp together and sometimes stumble over dead bodies. Six of the books have been designated IndieBRAG medallion honorees and three have been finalists in Chanticleer CLUE and Mystery and Mayhem contests. Most of the books are based on actual campgrounds.

Karen has two other series. The Time Travel Trailer series follows the adventures of Lynne McBriar who buys a vintage camper that turns out to be a time portal. The first in the series, by the same name, was the 2015 category winner in the Chanticleer Paranormal contest. The Mystery Sisters is a new series involving two seventy-something sisters who travel the country in a 1950 Studebaker, argue, annoy their relatives, and solve mysteries.

Karen has three children and eight grandchildren. She also loves reading, gardening, and knitting, and can recite the 99 counties of Iowa in alphabetical order.

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