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Listen to the Dead (Cape Island Mystery #5)

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Inspired by one of the largest unsolved cases of serial killings in the United States, the New Bedford Serial Killings of 1988.

Harbormaster Corby Church finds the bones of a human body on Bird Island off Cape Cod. As brassy, young police detective Yemanjá Colón struggles with the case, she realizes that Church may know more than he's letting on, and a trip he took to the

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Paperback, 300 pages
Published August 1st 2010 by Tyrus Books
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Lee Howlett
Really liked this murder mystery set on Cape Cod. It's based on a true story and Art Carlson does a terrific job narrating it. He reads like an old friend telling you a story.
Schannon Mccloud
I really liked this book. I like how the unsolved murders were tied into it and the legend of William Moore and his wife. very good.
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What a crazy web that was woven in this murder mystery. I had no idea who the killer was.
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Randall Peffer is the author of over 300 travel-lifestyle features for magazines like National Geographic, Smithsonian, Reader's Digest, Travel Holiday, Islands and Sail; he teaches writing and literature at Philips Academy in Andover.
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