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A Marjorie Trumaine Mystery
1 : See Also Murder

by Larry D. Sweazy
Nov 17, 2016
6 Hours
Ages 18+
1964—Life on the North Dakota farm hasn’t always been easy for Marjorie Trumaine. She has begun working as a professional indexer to help with the bills—which have only gotten worse since the accident that left her husband, Hank, blind and paralyzed. When her nearest neighbors are murdered in their beds, though, Marjorie suddenly has to deal with new and terrifying problems.

Sheriff Hilo Jenkins brings her a strange amulet, found clutched in the hand of her murdered neighbor, and asks her to quietly find out what it is. Marjorie uses all the skills she has developed as an indexer to research the amulet and look into the murders, but as she closes in on the killer, and people around her continue to die, she realizes that the murderer is also closing in on her.

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard as Narrator, Chris Genebach as Hank Trumaine, James Konicek as Hilo Jenkins and Tracy Olivera as Calla Eltmore. With Chris Davenport, Chris Stinson, Steven Carpenter, Michael Glenn, Tim Getman, Andy Brownstein, Patrick Bussink, Nora Achrati, Scott McCormick and Colleen Delany
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Doug Krentzlin
Dialogue Editors Casey Green
Sound Designers Casey Green
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


See Also Murder by J (Posted on 2/18/2019)
The narrator accent was a bit strong at first, but it either mellowed out or I got used to it, as it only seemed out of place in the beginning. Since I like to experience different genres, it was nice to listen to a "down-home" mystery with no supernatural elements. The setting is 1964, with a strong female character. I liked that the author keep true to the time period rather than defaulting to modern tropes. The sound effects and cast performances were very well done.
Good story by Denise (Posted on 2/9/2019)
Once you get over the stereotype accent and it coming and going to differentiate the narration, it's a really good story. I'm happy I don't live there or I might become a part of her personal indexing.
Good Mystery by John (Posted on 2/6/2019)
I had fun with this story. I laughed, I cried, I said what the... The voice work was done really well and with all the sounds and score it pulls you in to the story.
A MARJORIE TRUMAINE MYSTERY by Nellie (Posted on 4/25/2018)
One of the best mysteries I have ever heard. Thank you GRAPHIC AUDIO.
Pretty good by Nate (Posted on 1/10/2018)
I liked it, but the husband's injury was just way too weird. Other than that, it was a great mystery story with a cool setting (rural western North Dakota in the 1950s). I like the part where she makes lefse to eat.
Memory Lane by Victoria (Posted on 11/18/2017)
Highly Recommended to the older listener, anyone who wants to have their memories tickled. This story is filled with places, people, history from the 50's-60's. Marjorie is a believable character and the situations of her life are emotional and human. The story is well done, good pace for a great listen.
A Good Mystery! by Catie (Posted on 6/15/2017)
An interesting look at small town rural life. I learned new things as well as enjoying a great story. You really get involved and feel for the characters.
good mystery by JoAnn (Posted on 6/5/2017)
I really liked this a-book. Kept me guessing on who did it.
The actors did a really great job.
I would really like to see a third book in this series.
See also murder by Christina (Posted on 3/8/2017)
I enjoyed this book. I did however find it abit slow in its drama there was a nice twist at the end
can't wait by douglas (Posted on 1/25/2017)
can't wait for more from this book
great mystery by Bos (Posted on 1/15/2017)
An awesome mystery book.
slow but it kept you interested. by rafael (Posted on 1/14/2017)
I wasn't too sure about this one. My taste is more toward action. It took awhile to get in, so I had to be patient.
A MARJORIE TRUMAINE MYSTERY 1 : See Also Murder by Juan (Posted on 12/23/2016)
Great new series. I enjoy this audio and can't wait to get the next one.
Come for the Mystery, Stay for the Voice Work by Dee Emm Elms (Posted on 12/11/2016)
Let me preface this review by saying Nanette Savard is the standout here. Chris Genebach and James Konicek do terrific work, too, but it's Nanette you'll be listening to and Nanette you'll appreciate for bringing a warm humanity to the proceedings.

The mystery is fairly conventional, and very easy to figure out if you think about it from the start. I knew who was guilty the first time I met the character, and also had a reasonable idea why. This has more to do with my own constant consumption of mystery stories, but the plot is fairly conventional.

What keeps you listening is Nanette. You begin to really root for Marjorie and her situation.

SPOILERS: I also really liked that Hank wasn't killed-off as I suspected he might be to make way for a romance I didn't want to see. Often, a disabled character is removed when a writer realizes that it takes real research and work to write them. Fortunately, Marjorie's love for Hank remains strong throughout.
One of the best mysteries I have ever read by Amy (Posted on 12/2/2016)
The audiobook gods and goddesses have smiled upon this book. Everything was perfect. The acting, the story, the atmosphere, everything. I loved every single minute of this book. So happy the second book just conveniently released.

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