My Podcast Review Of Mistletoe Murders: The Cookie Crumbles, Will You Love It Too?

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Give me some yarn, a hook, and a cozy mystery and I’ll be the happiest girl on Earth. But sometimes I don’t have time to get caught up in a book, even a short one. Which is why I was so happy to find a cozy mystery podcast on Audible. Read my Podcast Review Of Mistletoe Murders: The Cookie Crumbles right now.

I would consider this podcast a cozy mystery, but it was labeled as a mystery thriller on Audible.. So maybe they don’t stay as innocent as this first one leans? I’ll find out, soon enough.

Mistletoe Murders: The Cookie Crumbles Podcast summary

Emily Lane runs a charming Christmas themed store called, “Under The Mistletoe”. She’s a cat loving, puzzle doing, mystery lover, and is quite comfortable in the quaint town she moved to over a year ago. However when there’s a murder in town Emily can’t help but investigate it herself. Even with Detective-Constable Sam Wilner on the case, she worries that the wrong person will be blamed. Even if they are found innocent, rumors can ruin a livelihood in such a small town if the right person isn’t caught.

But Emily has a secret past no one in town knows about.. will she be able to keep it that way while she investigates this murder?

My Podcast Review Of Mistletoe Murders: The Cookie Crumbles

I was immediately taken in by the voice acting and background sounds in this podcast. I’ve listened to audiobooks with a book track before. {The Audiobook Review: Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier} This was definitely on par with it.

It was a few days after Christmas when I found this podcast episode. But I didn’t mind the Christmas theme at all, I just wished I’d found it sooner! The Cookie Crumbles episode is in two parts and each episode is about 40 minutes long. I finished the first part and immediately wanted to hear the rest.

You know that there is more to Emily than meets the eye

But you have no clue what it is. Well, that’s not completely fair… Some clues are given about who she was before moving into town, but you also know that she doesn’t want people to know about it. There is a lot of inner thought dialogue, but she usually keeps you teetering on the edge of your seat.

There is an obvious love interest on both sides between Emily and the Detective Sam, but she is resistant to get involved for some reason. I’m a romantic at heart, so I very much hope that they’ll be able to meet in the middle.

These episodes don’t reveal where Emily came from.. but I’m curious enough to listen to the next ones.. how about you?

Where to get it

This is an Audible Original, so the only place to find it right now is on Audible.

The good news is, if you’re already a Premium plus member, than it’s included in your membership! If you’re not, than I think it’s $7.98 a month. But you could easily binge watch all 6 episodes in a month.. I did it in about a week 👀. If you’ve never had audible before there is usually a free trial that you can sign up for. But I warn you, I started on the free trial.. and that was 4 years ago.

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