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Depressed at the prospect of spending another Christmas alone, successful crime podcaster Morgan Scott travels to the Endless Mountains of Pennsylvania to research a historic murder.
But in the tiny village of Birchardville, past crimes and present dangers collide, placing both Morgan and the local residents in very real peril.
This Christmas, there'll be no silent night.
She's seeking peace, but a killer is on her heels...
OK, I'll admit it. I really liked this simple little Christian cozy-style mystery set in smalltown Pennsylvania. I opted for the audiobook version of Ruth Buchanan's holiday mystery, and, at just under three hours it was a fun and easy listen.
I listened to Murder On Burchardville Hill while working on my computer and it made the time spent on the sometimes tedious work pass more pleasantly. I enjoyed trying to solve the mystery in all of its complexities, and I did guess some of it correctly, but I was also in for a surprise or two. I liked the cast of quirky, sometimes very quirky, smalltown characters, one teenage boy in particular, and the promise of romance to come was nice as well.
The audio part of the production wasn't bad, though I did notice that the chapter numbers could be a bit abrupt, and I generally liked the choice of narrator.
If you like Christian mysteries but don't want to commit eight or more hours