Summary

Kate Verney left her home in London at Christmas time to travel to Buenos Aires to meet her first grandchild! On the voyage she makes friends with Lindy and Rex Barron, two young adults who lost their mother and are on their way to live with their father in Lisbon. 
Murder and mystery is in the air when William Barron disappears and doesn't show up to meet his children when the ship arrives in Lisbon. Kate realises that she can't leave Lindy and Rex with no one to turn to, so she chooses to stay and stumbles upon a murder plot.
©2016 Elizabeth Cadell (P)2017 The Heirs of Elizabeth Cadell
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5 out of 5 stars
By topcatrules on 27-04-18

Wonderful story and excellent narration!

I enjoyed the narration of Shadow on the Water immensely. Elizabeth Cadell’s daughter, Janet Reynolds does a wonderful job with the voices. She was the one who typed up her mother’s manuscripts from the 1950s to the 1980s, thus giving her an in depth knowledge of the book. I laughed at the clever quotes:
“All a woman really needs is a man. A man to support her, to steady her, to restrain her...” and - “He was strong on brains and death on women... he doesn’t know they’re there. That kills them!”
Theres’s a clever mystery and a really good and unexpected romance! All together, another delightful story by Elizabeth Cadell. And a big thank you to Janet Reynolds for the splendid narration!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer on 17-07-18

Well done.

This is one of my favorite books by Elizabeth Cadell. Janet Cadell Reynolds is her daughter. She is a wonderful narrator. I loved her performance.

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