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Publisher's Summary

When Cabot Cove's own Wayne Silverton wants to debut his new airline, he invites Jessica Fletcher and other locals on the inaugural flight from Boston to London. Jessica is thrilled for the opportunity to visit a dear friend, Scotland Yard inspector George Sutherland. But the reunion hits turbulence when George is called to the airport to investigate the apparent murder of Wayne Silverton.

Jessica and George decide to put their finely honed sleuthing skills together and investigate. But there's a full passenger list of suspects who have something to gain by Silverton's demise. Now Jessica's going to have to catch a killer before she can catch a flight home.

That's not all she wrote! Listen to more Murder, She Wrote mysteries.
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The narrator was not good with the accents. Mort & his wife were from NY not Maine

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if you like Murder She Wrote ...

If you like the TV show you will enjoy the book. The narration is wonderful.

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Another outstanding story....

The story had a great plot, great character development, and a surprising ending. I always enjoy the stories with Chief Inspector Sullivan, Doc H, and Mrs. F.

The reader was only fair. The voices were inconsistent with other books, and not always unique.

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Terrible narrator again..different but bad

I listened to another title that had a different narrator and I did not like it. Since this the usual narrator I decided to try it.
It is difficult to listen to. I do not know why they seem to think they sound like Angela Lansbury. It is horrible.

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murder she wrote

it enjoyed the story. the larger number of characters and twisting events left me lost at moments but things were explained well at the end.

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Narrator almost unbearable at times

The story may have been great, for sure if you liked “Murder She Wrote” back in the day. Unfortunately the narrator, specifically while doing Jessica’s part, was awful. Lessened the quality of the book a lot for me. Not sure what she was going for, but sounded like a southern lady trying and not succeeding to do a New England accent and voice. Will not listen to other books narrated by her.

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Voice actor for JB, over done Maine accent !!!

I had to return this book which seems like a great story. I've been a jb fletcher fan for 30 years. From scene to scene I'm not sure if ake on JB is a southern bell or from Maine. very distracting, couldn't get past chapter 3!

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Always good stories but narrator had an issue

The terrible accent for George Sutherland really ruined the audio for me. Usually I like the narration but he had a strong Irish accent with rolling r’s and he’s British!

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Not bad, not awesome

I used to watch the TV series, and enjoyed it, so when I was hunting for a new (for me) mystery to get into, I decided to give this book a try.

I read mysteries off all kinds - dark and gruesome, violent and brutal, cute and funny, cozy and comfy... This one, I'd say, falls into a "cozy" category. There is no extreme violence, no blood and gore; and the characters make the plot go round. The recurring characters are good and well-developed, as are their interpersonal communications.

However - I had two issues with this book. The "old lady" New England accent was driving me nuts; and, I really couldn't identify with a whole crew of rich retirees, writers, doctors, etc who hop on a plane and jaunt around England and solve a crime.

Anyway, those are MY issues. But the story was good and the quality of the narration was good. So, I have to second what other reviewers have said: If you liked the TV series, you will enjoy this book!

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Coffee, Tea or Murder better to read the book.

If you could sum up Murder, She Wrote: Coffee, Tea, or Murder? in three words, what would they be?

DM Always entertaining.

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

It was a little different than the usual.

What about Cynthia Darlow’s performance did you like?

Her accent made it more real.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I like the potential romance options for Jessica.

Any additional comments?

There are too many he said, she said, I said. They were conversations and the she said he said often was not needed to understand who said what. It was distracting.

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