Gertrude, Gumshoe and the Clearwater Curse

(2 customer reviews)


Twenty years ago, a teenager drowned in Clearwater Lake. Now, her ghost is haunting its shores. 

Gertrude knows there’s no such thing as ghosts, and she’s going to prove it – even if it means spending some time in the water herself.

2 reviews for Gertrude, Gumshoe and the Clearwater Curse

  1. Laura

    This book is the sixth book in the Gertrude Gumshoe series. It is a standalone listen. Each book is a standalone in this series by the first book in the series gives great insight on how Gertrude becomes a gumshoe. With each book, the characters and their relationships grow and while it is not necessary to start with the first book in the series – it is absolutely more enjoyable as you progress through the series.

    I absolutely adore the curmudgeon Gertrude and her wonderful group of friends. I loved their antics, resourcefulness, sarcasm, and humor. I am completely taken with this group of geriatrics! This is a very light and entertaining series that has brought more than a few laughs to me.

    The narrator, Darlene Allen, as always, does a great job of giving each of the characters distinguishable voices and delivering a good punch line.

  2. Danny Harr

    This is a great mystery book. Gertrude is trying to solve the case of a ghost . She is a smart old lady. These books are good and also funny. Anything Gertrude does she can make it interesting and funny. I highly recommend this book and this whole series. Darlene Allen does a great job narrating this book. She also does the whole series. I received a copy of this book from audiobooks unleashed but that has no influence ony review.

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