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The Case of Jennie Brice

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Wina Hathaway

3 Hours 58 Minutes


January 2011

Audio Book Summary

The flood brings in not only the muddy waters but a series of suspicious clues that convinced Mrs. Pitman, a boarding house keeper, that a murder has been committed at her boarding house. Jennifer Ladley aka Jennie Brice is missing and with the help of Mr. Holcombe, a quirky gentleman with a passion for mysteries, they embark on a quest for the truth behind the disappearance of Jennie Brice.

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  • Parnell King

    I did enjoy the accent of the narrator. Yet I still could keep my focus on the story for the most part.

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  • Heleen W

    Easy listening , good story enjoyed the book. Sound not too soft. Narrator has a nice listening voice.

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  • Carol Flynt

    this was a good read. liked the narrator too.

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  • Jamie M.

    Took me a little bit to get into the story but was glad I gave it a chance. Was actually a worthy listen.

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  • Anonymous

    It was ok. Narrator was fairly good but I’m finding that with each story, apart from one of the Jeeves and Wooster ones, they all sound alike in cadence the way the story is told, which is pretty boring.

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  • GilbertMouse

    This book kept me awake! The narrator was so convincing that I believed her to be telling her own story. Lovely!

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  • Anonymous

    Very well read with expression!!! And was a good mystery!

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  • Terry G.

    Unfortunately narrator had a squeaky voice and couldn't listen to more than 20 minutes of it. Shame

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  • Anonymous

    An unusual setting for a story but I did enjoy the book. Wasn’t too sure about readers accent at first but soon tuned into it.

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  • Anonymous

    I really liked this book. Fascinating to follow the plot through the point of view of the boardinghouse owner. Besides having to deal with lodgers and people going back and forth from her house taking her for granted, she has to deal with all of it in flood conditions. Aside from the story, It was interesting to learn of the floods in Pittsburgh/Allegheny. It sent me on a bit of research because my grandfather was born in Pittsburgh. It was also quite interesting to realise that there was a flood district. How curious that people regularly had to take measures to let the flood through every year. Meaning that they rearranged their lives, Travelled about in boats to their destinations as if it were common, and then had all the clearing, cleaning and even wall papering to do when the flood went down. Who built the houses where 3 major rivers regularly flooded together?!

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