Reminiscent of author Anne Perry, Walter Satterthwait deftly weaves historical and fictional characters into suspense-filled mysteries rich in period detail. While spending the summer of 1921 on the Massachusetts shore with her parents, Amanda Burton befriends her elderly neighbor. She is none other than the infamous Lizzie Borden, who was tried and acquitted of the brutal ax-murders of her parents 30 years before. When Amanda's stepmother is found murdered in a similar fashion, the police are sure they know who to blame. Together, Amanda and Lizzie set out to find the truth and clear Lizzie's name once and for all. Narrator Christina Moore perfectly captures both the young, independent Amanda and the spirited, determined Miss Lizzie as they struggle to untangle the twisted lives of those around them. Download and start listening now!