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Murder Next Door
- Charlie Kingsley Mysteries, Book 3
- Narrated by: Kristin James
- Length: 8 hrs and 13 mins
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Everyone knows vampires don’t exist.
So when Mildred Schmidt, one of Charlie’s customers, is convinced that her next-door neighbor’s house sitter is actually a vampire, Charlie of course has to step in to see what is really going on.
What she finds is...disturbing. The house sitter does have some peculiar habits—like digging holes in the backyard in the middle of the night.
Surely, they aren’t...graves.
But then Polly, a local teenager, goes missing.
Of course, teenagers do run away from time to time.
Less explainable is the dead body that then appears in the “vampire’s” yard.
Luckily, Charlie is hot on the case, and not a moment too soon as she races to not only find Polly, but to discover the killer before the bodies start to pile up.
Meet Charlie. Better known as “Aunt Charlie” from the award-winning Secrets of Redemption series. She's back, making teas and solving cases in this funny, twisty, cozy mystery series set in the 1990s in Redemption, Wisconsin.
While this book can be listened to as a stand-alone, you may find it more enjoyable to listen to them in order, which is:
- The Murder Before Christmas
- Ice Cold Murder
- Murder Next Door
- Murder Among Friends
- The Murder of Sleepy Hollow
- Red Hot Murder
Other books in the Charlie Kingsley Mystery series include:
- A Grave Error (prequel)
- Loch Ness Murder
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- Caryn Hunter
Love this series!!
This is such a great series…it’s right up there with Secrets of fRedemption. The narrator did really well!
Murder Next Door kept me entertained throughout the day. Charlie's judgemental attitude in this book was a bit annoying. Overall it's a good book.