Negative Exposure

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She needs a crystal ball. Instead she gets a cat. 

After losing her fiance, friends, and job, Wendy Fairmont moves back to her hometown to lick her wounds and start over. But when she discovers the man next door may have been murdered, she’s sucked into an investigation that isn’t making her too popular with the new neighbors.   

Soon she encounters a former classmate who’s transformed from nearly invisible to totally irresistible, making it difficult to stay focused on setting up her new photography business. Not only that, but her old school nemesis is now married to the small town’s sheriff, and she’s determined to make Wendy’s life miserable. All this, as well as a stray cat channeling the spirit of her grandmother, makes Wendy’s fresh start more like a dead end. 

Will she be able to return to her former life, or will old demons resurface to destroy her future?  

Negative Exposure is the first audiobook in the Killer Shots Mysteries. Part Gilmore Girls and part Nancy Drew, this series has plenty of snarky humor, quirky characters, and intriguing mystery to keep listeners coming back for more.

1 review for Negative Exposure

  1. Julie Howard

    I really enjoyed this book. I have listened to a few of the author’s other books from the Maycroft Mysteries series and thought I would give this series ago to. Glad I did because it has everything you could want from a good cozy mystery – funny situations, a love able cat, romantic interest, intrigue, paranormal help, plenty of suspects, a hopeless detective and a great cast of characters. I liked the characters who were interesting but down to earth and like able, the kind of people that you might have living next door. The mystery was well worked and kept you guessing. I have already downloaded the next audio book in the series, I enjoyed it that much.
    The last thing Wendy wants or needs as she arrives with the removal van at her new house is to find a funeral going on next door and a car blocking her driveway. Not dressed for the occasion or ready to meet her new neighbours she never the less rings the door bell and is sucked into the crazy world of a small town village. The man of the house died in the den but rather than morn his death his wife is worrying about redecorating or having her photo taken, the son in law is eager to sell the house and his best friend can’t help but take digs at him during his eulogy. But was his death really the accident it seems? When Wendy discovers blood no where near the supposed accident site, she has to ask herself who she can trust? Her gran’s old friend and the murder man’s wife or the hunky neighbour next door that know a little bit to much about what goes.on in the neighbourhood? A missing golf club points the police in one direction but Wendy is determined to find out what really happened.
    I liked the narrator and thought she did a good job with bringing the story a characters to life.
    I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request from audiobooksunleashed and have voluntarily left this review.

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