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When one of Chief Pete Adams’ first murder convictions is overturned, he and County Detective Wayne Baronick are assigned to reinvestigate the case. As new theories about the murder surface, Pete begins to question not only the original suspect’s guilt, but his own investigative skills from the days when he first took over the Vance Township Police Department. Did Pete put When one of Chief Pete Adams’ first murder convictions is overturned, he and County Detective Wayne Baronick are assigned to reinvestigate the case. As new theories about the murder surface, Pete begins to question not only the original suspect’s guilt, but his own investigative skills from the days when he first took over the Vance Township Police Department. Did Pete put his personal feelings ahead of his quest for justice and lock up an innocent man? Or is the defendant as devious as Pete first believed? Meanwhile, Zoe Chambers, Monongahela County’s new chief deputy coroner, struggles with the turmoil of two mysterious deaths—including someone close to her heart—as she tries to master her new job and plan her upcoming wedding. But her investigation soon links to Pete’s case, making Zoe the target of a killer determined to keep the truth from getting out. Can Zoe see the danger in time, and get to the church for her wedding…alive?


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When one of Chief Pete Adams’ first murder convictions is overturned, he and County Detective Wayne Baronick are assigned to reinvestigate the case. As new theories about the murder surface, Pete begins to question not only the original suspect’s guilt, but his own investigative skills from the days when he first took over the Vance Township Police Department. Did Pete put When one of Chief Pete Adams’ first murder convictions is overturned, he and County Detective Wayne Baronick are assigned to reinvestigate the case. As new theories about the murder surface, Pete begins to question not only the original suspect’s guilt, but his own investigative skills from the days when he first took over the Vance Township Police Department. Did Pete put his personal feelings ahead of his quest for justice and lock up an innocent man? Or is the defendant as devious as Pete first believed? Meanwhile, Zoe Chambers, Monongahela County’s new chief deputy coroner, struggles with the turmoil of two mysterious deaths—including someone close to her heart—as she tries to master her new job and plan her upcoming wedding. But her investigation soon links to Pete’s case, making Zoe the target of a killer determined to keep the truth from getting out. Can Zoe see the danger in time, and get to the church for her wedding…alive?

30 review for Til Death

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mary Brown

    ‘Til Death Zoe Chambers Mystery, Book # 10 Annette Dashofy 5+ Stars Synopsis: When one of Chief Pete Adams’ first murder convictions is overturned, he and County Detective Wayne Baronick are assigned to reinvestigate the case. As new theories about the murder surface, Pete begins to question not only the original suspect’s guilt, but his own investigative skills from the days when he first took over the Vance Township Police Department. Did Pete put his personal feelings ahead of his quest for justic ‘Til Death Zoe Chambers Mystery, Book # 10 Annette Dashofy 5+ Stars Synopsis: When one of Chief Pete Adams’ first murder convictions is overturned, he and County Detective Wayne Baronick are assigned to reinvestigate the case. As new theories about the murder surface, Pete begins to question not only the original suspect’s guilt, but his own investigative skills from the days when he first took over the Vance Township Police Department. Did Pete put his personal feelings ahead of his quest for justice and lock up an innocent man? Or is the defendant as devious as Pete first believed? Meanwhile, Zoe Chambers, Monongahela County’s new chief deputy coroner, struggles with the turmoil of two mysterious deaths—including someone close to her heart—as she tries to master her new job and plan her upcoming wedding. But her investigation soon links to Pete’s case, making Zoe the target of a killer determined to keep the truth from getting out. Can Zoe see the danger in time, and get to the church for her wedding…alive? (Goodreads) Review: Any time I get to spend time with Zoe and Pete I am a happy camper. They are such great characters and their love is such a beautiful thing. Zoe is strong and smart, and she is also loving and caring. She is struggling with the fact that she is no longer a paramedic, and struggling to become the new chief deputy coroner. Pete is having his own struggles with the fact that he may have put an innocent man behind bars. Even though they are both struggling, they have each other and that is a big help. The supporting characters add a lot to the story. Zoe’s mom is back, and sometimes that is not a good thing. But for the sake of the wedding, Zoe has to try and get along with her. I was so happy that Pete’s dad, Harry, was in this book and there were some heartfelt moments between him and Zoe. The writing style flows smoothly and the book is a quick easy read. The author is very talented in her descriptive writing and these descriptions added a lot to my reading experience. The mystery was well plotted and had enough clues to sift through and suspects to consider. The mysteries were intertwined and I liked how Zoe and Pete worked together to solve it. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a well crafted cozy mystery. I have read every book in this series and they have all been excellent, and I would not change a thing. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book provided by the publisher, Henery Press, and Edelweiss, which I greatly appreciate.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Brenda

    Well-written and characters you root for long after the book is over, the ending still has me smiling. As Zoe & Pete's wedding approaches their careers have critical situations arise. Zoe is the Deputy Coroner and longing for her EMT Paramedic job. Moving the coroner's office and hiring an assistant while dodging Franklin Marshall's rival and a reporter Lauren Sanders, gives Zoe little time to decide who will give her away at her wedding. Pete's first murder case in Vance County has the convictio Well-written and characters you root for long after the book is over, the ending still has me smiling. As Zoe & Pete's wedding approaches their careers have critical situations arise. Zoe is the Deputy Coroner and longing for her EMT Paramedic job. Moving the coroner's office and hiring an assistant while dodging Franklin Marshall's rival and a reporter Lauren Sanders, gives Zoe little time to decide who will give her away at her wedding. Pete's first murder case in Vance County has the conviction of Dustin Landis overturned. Re-investigating it with Wayne Baronick;s help, staff issues and fresh mysterious deaths add stress to Pete's move out of his house into Zoe's farm house. before the wedding day Fast paced, easy to follow all the twists and turns, made this a pleasure to read and review. I volunteered to read an ARC from Henery Press. Release date June 16 2020.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Annie

    love the series!!!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Marie McNary

    I really enjoyed this one. Zoe’s adventures get better with every book. We see layers to both Pete and Zoe as individuals that are engaging. The book is a page turner and had me hooked – I stayed up too late finishing it on the same day I started the book. https://cozyexperience.com/til-death-... I really enjoyed this one. Zoe’s adventures get better with every book. We see layers to both Pete and Zoe as individuals that are engaging. The book is a page turner and had me hooked – I stayed up too late finishing it on the same day I started the book. https://cozyexperience.com/til-death-...

  5. 5 out of 5

    JoAnne McMaster (Any Good Book)

    Zoe Chambers's life is changing: she's planning her wedding to Chief Pete Adams, sheriff of Vance Township, Pennsylvania. She's also left her EMT position to accept one as the deputy coroner, working with Franklin Marshall, who's waiting for a kidney transplant. On top of that, she's helping move everything from Pete's house to her farm, and her mother, Kimberly, is arriving soon for the wedding - something she'd really rather not to have to deal with. Her life is busy and she's feeling overwhel Zoe Chambers's life is changing: she's planning her wedding to Chief Pete Adams, sheriff of Vance Township, Pennsylvania. She's also left her EMT position to accept one as the deputy coroner, working with Franklin Marshall, who's waiting for a kidney transplant. On top of that, she's helping move everything from Pete's house to her farm, and her mother, Kimberly, is arriving soon for the wedding - something she'd really rather not to have to deal with. Her life is busy and she's feeling overwhelmed... But then a fatality is brought into the morgue, and she knows the young woman, Gina Wagner. Gina apparently died suddenly with no indications of illness; so the forensic pathologist is doing an autopsy with both Zoe and Franklin looking on. But suddenly Franklin falls ill, and they call paramedics, believing it to be his diabetes causing it. Now, with Franklin out of the picture, Zoe has to take on every responsibility. Pete is having his own problems: an old case from nine years ago is being reopened: Dustin Landis was accused and convicted of killing his wife Elizabeth even though he insists he's innocent. It seems there is new information that might prove to be true, even if Pete doesn't believe it. So now he and County Detective Wayne Baronick have to re-investigate the information to see if something was missed. Then something terrible happens to someone dear to Zoe, and she's thrust into trying to determine if Gina's death had anything to do with Pete's case; while he's starting to wonder if his first instincts - that Dustin was innocent - may have been right, or if the man is guilty as everyone thought. When there's another death and it looks like it's connected to the one from nine years ago, Pete and Zoe are racing to find out what that connection is before someone else gets killed.... I have to tell you that I absolutely devour this series. From the first paragraph you are pulled into the story and follow Zoe and Pete as they race against time to find a killer and keep people alive. While Zoe's life is being turned upside down, she can't allow her personal life to affect her professional one, and you can feel the turmoil within her as she struggles with her new duties while trying to leave her paramedic life behind. I root for Zoe all the way, and want her to succeed and be the person she was meant to -- she's not only strong, but smart, logical, and doesn't back down from people who try to threaten her. She's also caring and gentle with those who mean something to her; and this combination makes her someone you want the best for. The mystery, as always, is a string of threads that starts out easy enough to see, but then they start weaving in and out of each other until they're pulled tight together and the colors blur against each other; leaving Pete and Zoe to slowly unravel them one by one until they see the tapestry underneath that makes up what they've been looking for all along. While we wonder, as Pete does, if Dustin is guilty as sin, when Pete discovered a secret he'd held; or if Dustin was indeed framed for his wife's murder. When the threads lead to someone unexpected, they think they've found the answer. Or have they? When we do discover the answers, we can finally let out the breath we've been holding throughout the book - and what a journey it was. Exhilarating, like being on a roller coaster that wouldn't stop (and I dislike roller coasters, so that's saying something). Yet the ending gives us promise of something else, and it feels like we are coming home. Not only satisfying, but endearing and looking eagerly forward to the next in the series. Highly recommended. I received an advance copy from the publisher and Edelweiss but this in no way influenced my review. https://joannesbooks.blogspot.com/202...

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jeanie Jackson

    Excellent, amazing, awesome, and so good! A typical Zoe Chambers Mystery! I loved every minute of Til Death, even that one hold-your-breath intense moment; I knew it would come out ok, but it still felt real and frightening. Making every moment feel real is one of Annette Dashofy's special talents. Her characters, especially but not only Zoe, think and react like I would or people I know. I hurt for her and laugh with her and get angry for her and cheer for her. That level of character developme Excellent, amazing, awesome, and so good! A typical Zoe Chambers Mystery! I loved every minute of Til Death, even that one hold-your-breath intense moment; I knew it would come out ok, but it still felt real and frightening. Making every moment feel real is one of Annette Dashofy's special talents. Her characters, especially but not only Zoe, think and react like I would or people I know. I hurt for her and laugh with her and get angry for her and cheer for her. That level of character development is rare in any type of book much less a mystery series that is often identified as a cozy series. I think the books are too serious for that classification but cozy readers as are likely to be drawn to the series as much those who prefer traditional mysteries. An old case comes back to haunt Pete, a wily murderer is on the hunt, tragedy touches Zoe and changes her life again, and their wedding is only a week away. Thank you to Edelweiss and Henery Press for allowing me to read this ARC. I adore the series and Til Death was great!!!!! Loved it so much and everyone will hear about. I was just as excited as ever to get my purchased copy.

  7. 5 out of 5

    RO G'ma

    Til Death is the tenth book in Annette Dashofy’s Zoe Chambers Mysteries series. The storyline is well plotted, the characters are well developed, and the mystery is complex. This series is more intense than most cozy mysteries and contains some adult language. This is a fast-paced book and hard to put down, with lots of twists and red herrings. Zoe Chambers has given up her job as a paramedic for Monongahela County, Pennsylvania, and has accepted a full-time position as Chief Deputy Coroner. The Til Death is the tenth book in Annette Dashofy’s Zoe Chambers Mysteries series. The storyline is well plotted, the characters are well developed, and the mystery is complex. This series is more intense than most cozy mysteries and contains some adult language. This is a fast-paced book and hard to put down, with lots of twists and red herrings. Zoe Chambers has given up her job as a paramedic for Monongahela County, Pennsylvania, and has accepted a full-time position as Chief Deputy Coroner. The farmhouse that Zoe’s mother, Kimberly Chambers Jackson, gifted her is finally habitable, and Zoe and her fiancé, Vance Township’s Police Chief, Pete Adams, are preparing to move in and will be wed in a few weeks. After Zoe’s friend and mentor, County Coroner Franklin Marshall, collapses during the autopsy of Gina Wagner, a young woman with no indications of illness, he’s rushed to the hospital, where he appears to have been stabilized and doing well, but he suddenly dies the following day. Meanwhile, a murder case Pete investigated nine years ago has been overturned, and District Attorney Frattini has ordered Pete and County Detective Wayne Baronick to investigate the case as if it just occurred to prepare for the re-trial and re-convict Dustin Landis of murdering his wife, Elizabeth. Zoe insists that her office autopsy Franklin, and when the lab work is returned, she not only discovers that he was murdered, but that there is a link to Gina’s death. As Zoe looks into the mysterious deaths of Franklin and Gina, she begins to suspect there’s a link to the Dustin Landis case. I received an Advance Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley and voluntarily reviewed it.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Janet Balas

    This tenth novel in the Zoe Chambers series is the payoff for fans who have watched the relationship between Zoe, a paramedic, and Pete, the Chief of Police, develop. It has been a pleasure to watch them both mature emotionally, even if, at times, it seemed to take far too long for them to learn to trust one another rather than keeping secrets. Other characters in the series have also become more complete characters, rather than just one-dimensional supporting players, particularly Zoe’s mother. This tenth novel in the Zoe Chambers series is the payoff for fans who have watched the relationship between Zoe, a paramedic, and Pete, the Chief of Police, develop. It has been a pleasure to watch them both mature emotionally, even if, at times, it seemed to take far too long for them to learn to trust one another rather than keeping secrets. Other characters in the series have also become more complete characters, rather than just one-dimensional supporting players, particularly Zoe’s mother. Kimberly, who, while still highly opinionated about Zoe’s choices, has begun to show unexpected compassion for others. It’s not a complete turnaround, which would be unrealistic, but a believable side of her character neither we, nor Zoe, have seen. The mystery at the center of the story is intriguing with twists and turns that keep the resolution from being too easy for readers solve ahead of the final reveal. Unfortunately, we also have the obligatory Pete or Zoe in mortal danger situation which seems merely to be a plot device to add unneeded suspense. While the series could believably end with this installment, there are interesting new directions the series could take. Zoe’s career path may be changing, moving her away from paramedic duties as her responsibilities as chief deputy coroner unexpectedly increase. Also, some new characters that were introduced in recent installments are also assuming more prominent roles in their lives, providing more opportunities for the series to move in new directions that will keep it fresh. I hope the series continues because I would like to see where life takes Pete and Zoe now that they are a real team.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Grace Koshida

    Zoe Chambers has a lot on her plate this winter. She is now the new chief deputy coroner for Monongahela County and is currently dealing with the mysterious death of Gina Wagner. Then Zoe's world turns upside down when her mentor, Franklin Marshall, suddenly dies in hospital. Franklin had been seriously ill with kidney failure and a sudden heart attack does seem suspicious, at first. Then Franklin's ex-wife Loretta arrives in town and makes nasty demands on Zoe and her staff. And to top it all, Zoe Chambers has a lot on her plate this winter. She is now the new chief deputy coroner for Monongahela County and is currently dealing with the mysterious death of Gina Wagner. Then Zoe's world turns upside down when her mentor, Franklin Marshall, suddenly dies in hospital. Franklin had been seriously ill with kidney failure and a sudden heart attack does seem suspicious, at first. Then Franklin's ex-wife Loretta arrives in town and makes nasty demands on Zoe and her staff. And to top it all, Zoe is getting married to Chief Pete Adams on Valentine's Day. Meanwhile, Pete is stunned to learn his first murder conviction is being overturned and that he and County Detective Wayne Baronick are assigned by the DA to reinvestigate the case. Pete was convinced that Dustin Landis had killed his wife Elizabeth 9 years ago. But when the FBI reveals that a serial killer known as the Deserted Lot Killer was responsible for a number of unsolved murders of women shot dead in their cars, Pete starts to doubt he caught the right man for Elizabeth's murder. Zoe's insistence that an autopsy is conducted on Franklin reveals that her beloved mentor was murdered. And soon other signs links his death, as well as Gina's, with the Dustin Landis case. This was another excellent and thrilling read, with a fitting conclusion to the Zoe Chambers mystery series. I received an eARC from Henery Press and Edelweiss with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book and provided this review.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Hudson

    DYNAMIC! I discovered Annette Dashofy’s Zoe Chamber’s Mystery Series somewhere in the middle. I quickly discovered what I had been missing and quickly made sure I made up for lost time! Dashofy has a formula that works - quirky characters that quickly work their way into your heart, an interesting little town for a setting, Zoe Chambers as an EMT growing into the role of the Monongahela County’s new chief deputy coroner and her soon to be husband Chief Pete Adams of the Vance Township Police Depa DYNAMIC! I discovered Annette Dashofy’s Zoe Chamber’s Mystery Series somewhere in the middle. I quickly discovered what I had been missing and quickly made sure I made up for lost time! Dashofy has a formula that works - quirky characters that quickly work their way into your heart, an interesting little town for a setting, Zoe Chambers as an EMT growing into the role of the Monongahela County’s new chief deputy coroner and her soon to be husband Chief Pete Adams of the Vance Township Police Department and always a plot that will keep you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end! TIL DEATH is exceptional as it plunges both Zoe and Pete into digging deep into their pasts and putting all their own personal feelings aside to solve the cases that have come before them. The unusual factor is that can the two new cases be tied to an old murder case that has just been overturned? Leave it to Dashofy to give you a read that keeps you hanging on every word ... only this time they must hurry to solve things as Zoe and Pete have a date ... a Wedding Date! I was provided a complimentary copy of this book by Henery Press & Edelweiss. The opinions expressed here are completely my own and without influence.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Frances Joyce

    Dashofy Does it Again* *Spoiler alert - This review reveals a major plot point. In the tenth installment of the Zoe Chambers Mystery Series, author Annette Dashofy brings her characters full circle. Zoe and Pete are getting married, but before the big day arrives they have to combine households, deal with some family drama, and work together to find out if Pete helped send an innocent man to prison. Elizabeth Landis' murder was one of Chief Pete Adams' first cases in Vance Township, and the man co Dashofy Does it Again* *Spoiler alert - This review reveals a major plot point. In the tenth installment of the Zoe Chambers Mystery Series, author Annette Dashofy brings her characters full circle. Zoe and Pete are getting married, but before the big day arrives they have to combine households, deal with some family drama, and work together to find out if Pete helped send an innocent man to prison. Elizabeth Landis' murder was one of Chief Pete Adams' first cases in Vance Township, and the man convicted of the crime is getting a new trial. The case seemed airtight, but could he have made a mistake? When the county coroner and witnesses from the trial who testified for the defense begin dying under mysterious circumstances, Zoe is thrust into the role of acting county coroner. It's now up to her to find answers for the victims. Is Zoe ready for the challenge or should she return to her EMS family and the job she knows so well? Adding to these stresses is her mother Kimberly who is pushing Zoe to have the wedding she's always dreamed of for her daughter and Zoe's recently found half brother who has issues with Pete. Can Zoe fix her family, find a killer, and get to the church on time? If you've come to care for these characters as I have, you'll appreciate the journey Zoe and Pete have taken to get to the aisle. Dashofy makes her characters question themselves and the decisions they have made personally and professionally, but they never question their love for each other or their desire to spend the rest of their lives together. Til Death is not the end of the series, it's the start of new adventures for Zoe and Pete.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Katherine

    Zoe and Pete are engaged and their wedding is only weeks away. But as chief deputy coroner and police chief, respectively, they'll have to work fast on their newest cases in order to make it to the wedding. One of Pete's first murder convictions has been overturned and he and County Detective Wayne Baronick are tasked with reinvestigating in order to put the defendant back on trial. Zoe is dealing with two mysterious deaths while trying to acclimate to her new job, but soon it looks like her inv Zoe and Pete are engaged and their wedding is only weeks away. But as chief deputy coroner and police chief, respectively, they'll have to work fast on their newest cases in order to make it to the wedding. One of Pete's first murder convictions has been overturned and he and County Detective Wayne Baronick are tasked with reinvestigating in order to put the defendant back on trial. Zoe is dealing with two mysterious deaths while trying to acclimate to her new job, but soon it looks like her investigation may link to Pete's putting them all in danger. A well-written mystery with some heartwarming (and heartbreaking) scenes. Recommended for fans of traditional mysteries. Till Death is part of a series, but although I'd recommend reading in order I believe this book would be enjoyable as a standalone. Thank you to the publisher and Edelweiss for the ARC. The opinions in this review are honest and my own.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    Four stars for the latest entry in Annette Dashofy's Zoe Chambers series! This book really kept my interest. Between Zoe's job as deputy coroner, planning for her wedding and witnesses to a murder dropping like flies she had her hands full. Fiance Pete was busy as well with several murder investigations. I actually began to wonder if they would find the time to make it to their wedding. There were plenty of surprises and suspense. I didn't figure out who the murderer was until just before it was Four stars for the latest entry in Annette Dashofy's Zoe Chambers series! This book really kept my interest. Between Zoe's job as deputy coroner, planning for her wedding and witnesses to a murder dropping like flies she had her hands full. Fiance Pete was busy as well with several murder investigations. I actually began to wonder if they would find the time to make it to their wedding. There were plenty of surprises and suspense. I didn't figure out who the murderer was until just before it was revealed. There were a few plot holes but I was able to overlook them. Mostly. A couple of times I really didn't see how something happened the way it was written but whatever. As always, I'm already looking forward to the next book.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    Annette Dashofy is one of my favorite writers. Her books never disappoint. This books is no exception. I cried...I laughed...I cheered! That is the criterion for a good book--or movie--for me. I've seen her characters Pete and Zoe from first meeting through their wedding in this book. Annette has let them grow, make mistakes, and learn to trust their instincts. If you haven't started this series yet, please do. It is definitely binge-worthy.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kathy Cormier

    A great Series I really enjoyed this series. The characters are believable and they have many quirks. I realized when I read this book that it was the end of the series. There is a lot going on in all the books of the series There are family dynamics , friendships lost and found, and mysteries to be solved. If you are looking for a new series try this one. You won't be sorry.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Liberto

    A great book with real characters. I have enjoyed the books in this series. And all her fans waited for the long hoped for marriage of Zoe Chambers to chief of police Pete Adams. A old murder case and the arrival of Coroner Franklins ex wife/maybe wife create drama that may ruin the chance that the nuptials take place.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Janet Johnson

    Yet another page turner! I absolutely love this series of Annette Dashofy books. The characters become like old friends and even when you're not reading you wonder what they're up to. Each book is better than the last and I think #10 is by far the best in the series. Keep 'em coming, Annette!!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

    I’ve been having trouble getting interested in a book for the past few weeks. Til Death is the first book I’ve that picked up and just couldn’t put down until I finished. I got so wrapped up in Zoe and Pete’s lives that I forgot about mine for a while.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sheri Jesse

    Great book. They had me going in so many different directions trying to figure out who the killer was and I didn't get it right! I'm looking very forward to seeing how Zoe and Pete handle their life together.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    Another home run for Annette Dashofy! See my full review at https://www.readingpasturebedtime.com.... Another home run for Annette Dashofy! See my full review at https://www.readingpasturebedtime.com....

  21. 4 out of 5

    Johniene

    A true page turner This book kept my attention so much better than anything has lately. It spun a great story with only reasonable twists and turns.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Betty Wallis

    Loved it! I Always look so forward to your Zoe and Pete books and you never fail. Keep writing and stay safe

  23. 4 out of 5

    Robert Cobb

  24. 4 out of 5

    Mary Nash

  25. 5 out of 5

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  26. 4 out of 5

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  27. 5 out of 5

    Sarah A. Spitzer

  28. 5 out of 5

    Tim Meneely

  29. 5 out of 5

    Helen Paterson

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kaye Campbell

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