There Was an Old Woman

A Novel of Suspense
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Author(s): Hallie Ephron
Original Publish Date: Apr 22, 2014
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (8.47 hours)
Product Number: Z100080061
Released: Apr 22, 2014
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9780062353863
Narrator/s: Nan McNamara
Publisher: HarperAudio
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Description

There Was An Old Woman by Hallie Ephron is a compelling novel of psychological suspense in which a young woman becomes entangled in a terrifying web of deception and madness involving an elderly neighbor. When Evie Ferrante learns that her mother has been hospitalized, she finds her motherA??s house in chaos. Sorting through her motherA??s belongings, Evie discovers objects that donA??t quite belong there, and begins to raise questions. Evie renews a friendship with Mina, an elderly neighbor who might know more about her motherA??s recent activities, but Mina is having her own set of problems: Her nephew Brian is trying to persuade her to move to a senior care community. As Evie investigates her motherA??s actions, a darker story of deception and madness involving Mina emerges. In There Was an Old Woman, award-winning mystery author Hallie Ephron delivers another work of domestic noir with truly unforgettable characters that will keep you riveted.

All formats/editions

CD
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Author(s): Hallie Ephron
Narrator(s): Nan McNamara
Product Number DD12609
Released: Apr 22, 2014
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781483005966
eBook
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Author(s): Hallie Ephron
Product Number EB00243292
Released: Mar 21, 2014
Business Term: 26 Circ
Publisher: William Morrow
ISBN: #9780062117625

Professional reviews

"Narrator Nan McNamaraÕs homespun approach is perfect for this light domestic noir. She deftly channels Mina, the spunky 91-year-old heroine whose curiosity and verve fuel the mystery. Fiercely independent, Mina is trying to stay out of the clutches of various scoundrels, most notably her avaricious nephew, Brian. Her only ally is Evie, the much younger daughter of her dying alcoholic neighbor. Despite their differences in age, the two women bond, and McNamara succeeds in delivering convincing portrayals of both of them. She doesnÕt do quite as well with the men in the book, who are almost all skunks and tend to sound the same. Still, her playful delivery hits the mark with the authorÕs clever wordplay and sly humor. A.B.S. © AudioFile 2014, Portland, Maine"

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