Murder In San Francisco

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When a child is conceived and born after his father’s murder, is that child a legal heir to his millions?

Michelle’s pregnant with San Francisco millionaire octogenarian Bernie’s baby, but he’s dead, and a lot of people would like to see her dead as well, so her baby can’t lay claim to his vast estate. Was that why he was murdered? For his money or revenge?

Join Liz, Roger, and their dog, Winston, in a race against time as they search for the killer before Michelle either suffers a miscarriage caused by stress or is the next murder victim.

©2017 Dianne Harman (P)2020 Dianne Harman

2 reviews for Murder In San Francisco

  1. Julie Howard

    I really enjoyed this book. In fact I think I might have to say it is up there at the top of my favourite list for this author. It was a well worked mystery that just worked for me. There was plenty of suspects and twists to keep it flowing smoothly, as Liz eliminates one suspect at a time. The story takes a twist just when you think you know what is going on and goes off in another direction. The characters are likeable, especially the dog Winston, I loved the way he saved the day with his training.

    Liz befriends a client at her spar when her husbands law partner asks her to give her special treatment for a client. She never thought Michelle would call her out of the blue, asking for her help. Michelle’s rich older husband has died and his two children are demanding an autopsy after learning that part of there inheritance could go to her unborn children. With the possibility of going to jail for a crime she claims she didn’t commit Michelle turns to Liz and her husband for help, before she loses everything. The children are not the only suspects that Liz must look at, if she hopes to find out the answers to the death. With a lot of money at steak will Liz’s new friend find the family that she always wanted.

    I liked the narrator and found her pleasant enough to listen to for a few hours.
    I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

  2. Suzanne Nelson

    I really enjoyed listening to this audiobook! The plot was exciting and original. Amateur sleuth Liz meets a beautiful woman, Michelle, who tells her abbreviated life story. Michelle is the girlfriend of a wealthy older man, Bernie. She appears to be genuinely in love with her boyfriend, despite their age difference. After Bernie’s sudden death, Michelle becomes pregnant through artificial insemination, using sperm Bernie consensually donated prior to his death. The future offspring will inherit millions. Bernie’s adult children from a prior relationship are understandably outraged. The case of Bernie’s death is reopened by the police, who determine that he was murdered. Michelle, of course, comes under suspicion. Several other suspects emerge during the story, all of whom have motives for the murder.

    I found Michelle’s character fascinating. It would have been easy to pass judgment and label her a gold-digger. But the story explained the relationship and desire for a child from Michelle’s perspective. She became very likeable, and I felt compassion for her. Liz’s dog Winston is included in the story.

    Author Dianne Harman did an excellent job writing the plot. Narrator Kasey Logan gives a really good performance.

    I would have liked the story even more if additional San Francisco locale details had been woven into the story. I would rate this audiobook at four and a half out of five stars. It has yummy sounding recipes included.

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