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Maverick, Movies & Murder Audiobook Summary

Semi-finalist in the 2019 Chanticleer International Book AwardsThe bullets changed everything for me. Sometimes I wished I’d taken a bullet too because I lost the most important men in my life. My dad still fought every day to reclaim his confidence, mobility, and wit from the bullet that creased his brain. But my husband of seventeen days took our dreams with him when he died. They never caught the shooter.

After losing everything, Katie Wilk is starting life over in Columbia, Minnesota, with a new career—giving up cryptanalysis in favor of teaching school—and a canine companion, Maverick, a black Labrador retriever. But on one of their first outings, Katie and Maverick discover a dead body in a nearby marshland. Doctor Pete Erickson enters her life. As the county coroner, he’s one of the first on the scene; as the doctor that day in the ER, he’s the one who stitches up Katie’s head; as the son of the police chief, Pete is also in on the investigation.

Meanwhile, the locals are gearing up for the premiere of a new docudrama film called Titanic: One Story, which would be the cornerstone piece of a new Titanic exhibit, to open Labor Day weekend at the Midwest Minnesota History Center. The director selected their town as the location for some of the scenes, and many local residents are featured as extras in the movie. There will be a huge gala dinner and celebration for the grand opening. Tragedy strikes when the director dies suddenly, and there are a number of suspects.

Katie finds herself in the midst of it all and doesn’t know anyone in town well enough to know who she can trust.

About the Author(s) of Maverick, Movies & Murder

Mary Seifert is the author of Maverick, Movies & Murder

Mary Seifert is a Minnesota girl and has always loved a good mystery, a brain teaser, or a puzzle. With a background in mathematics, she ties numbers and logic to the mayhem in her Katie and Maverick Cozy Mysteries. When she’s not writing or reading, she’s spending quality time with family and friends, dabbling in needle crafts, pretending to cook, and walking her dog whose only speed is faster. Mary is a member of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, American Cryptogram Association, Dog Writers of America, and PEO.

Maverick, Movies & Murder Full Details

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Length7 hours and 30 minutes
AuthorMary Seifert
PublisherBlackstone Publishing
Release dateOctober 25, 2022
ISBN9798212321747

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According to Blackstone Publishing, the Publisher of Maverick, Movies & Murder Audiobook, Maverick, Movies & Murder includes the following subjects: mystery, cozy, cozy mystery, canine, dog, Minnesota, Titanic, Labrador, dead body, investigation, Midwest The BISAC Subject Code is

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The imprint is Blackstone Publishing. It is supplied by Blackstone Publishing. The ISBN-13 is 9798212321747.

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