Sharyn McCrumb's Edgar Award-winning novels featuring Elizabeth MacPherson have captured countless fans who eagerly share this young detective's longings for tantalizing cases and all things Scottish. In the latest New York Times best selling addition to the series, MacPherson yearns for one particular Scot, her missing husband Cameron, while she tries to solve two baffling instances of murder. If I'd Killed Him When I Met Him draws together the stories of two women, unrelated except for a common crime: both are charged with killing their husbands. As their tales of abandonment and abuse unfold, the forensic anthropologist must sift through decades of information while juggling evidence, hearsay, and history. Before she realizes it, MacPherson is involved in a battle of the sexes that hits very close to home. Right up until the final verdict, this moving adventure will keep you guessing the outcome and cheering for the spirited investigator.
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by Sharyn McCrumb
by Sharyn McCrumb, Adam Edwards
"Forensic anthropologist Elizabeth MacPherson acts as an investigator for her brother's law firm in this eighth novel by Sharyn McCrumb. Narrator Barbara Rosenblat brilliantly keeps the novel flowing as she takes the listener on a crime-solving journey. Introducing the story with a Southern voice, she links a murder from Civil War days to a modern crime. Recounting events that alternate between the past and present, she engages the audience with vocalized expression that personalizes each character. Crisp and witty shifts in voice make following the story's many twists effortless and entertaining. B.J.L. (c) AudioFile 2000, Portland, Maine"
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