In this installment in the USA Today bestselling series, Jessica Fletcher, Cabot Cove's crime-solving novelist, finds her sleuthing skills are needed right at home. Jessica is pitching in to help Cabot Cove's first Lobster Festival by writing an article about the lifestyle of the local lobstermen. But instead of getting the story, she becomes tangled in a net of intrigue and murder. She finds she must truly struggle to be free of the killing trap of this puzzling case-or she may find herself becoming the next "catch of the day," struggling for her very life.
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by Jessica Fletcher, Donald Bain
by Jessica Fletcher, Donald Bain, Jon Land
"Although the television show was cancelled years ago, senior sleuth Jessica Fletcher continues to solve mysteries, this time in her quaint village of Cabot Cove, Maine. Cynthia Darlow performs with just the right combination of spunk and humility. Darlow has perfected the Maine accent and has ample opportunity to prove herself with a wide cast of lobstermen and other townsfolk. The community is working to produce a summer festival, but plans go amiss when one of the villagers is found murdered. Although Jessica finds herself in several dangerous situations, Darlow is able to portray her level-headedness. Darlow's ability to render a strong sense of place will leave the listener's mouth watering for a taste of butter-drenched lobster. K.M.D. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"
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