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From Linda Castillo, the New York Times best-selling author of Sworn to Silence and Gone Missing, comes "Long Lost": a powerful and moving story about a troubled young woman and a decades-old mystery set in the world of the Amish.

It's autumn in Painters Mill, and Chief of Police Kate Burkholder and John Tomasetti are taking a much-needed vacation at a small bed-and-breakfast an hour outside of town. After closing a difficult case, they're looking forward to some downtime, but their relaxation is cut short by rumors that the old house where they're staying is haunted by a girl who disappeared 20 years earlier, leaving nothing behind but some bloody clothes by the river and rumors of a volatile relationship.

Swept up in the girl's story and a need for justice, Kate and John begin looking into the mysterious disappearance of Angela Blaine. They discover long-buried secrets - and unravel a mystery with an unexpected outcome.

©2016 Linda Castillo (P)2016 Macmillan Audio

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  • Sam Salas
  • 05-06-19

Another good Castillo story.

This is the first short story I've heard of this series. It was very enjoyable. I liked the narrator too.

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  • Amber
  • 17-06-19

Great book and great performance

I love these books and have actually physically read the previous novels in the series. I really love Castillo as a writer as she makes it easy to understand and flow well. The acting is great but the woman trying to lower her voice for the men was slightly irritating but I was able to adjust to it. That is just the situation we are in with only one reader. No other complaints here! Great work! Very enjoyable little story from Castillo.

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  • Eddie Lynn
  • 31-08-20

This series is great!

Suspense and a great storyline set in Amish world with a narrator who navigate both English and "Amish" language. The book details describe this story that will keep you listening non-stop for the short 1 1/2 hrs. Great commuting book!
These stories were unknown to me until I downloaded a couple of the short stories. Now I am hooked on the great plots, good characters and excellent narration.
Try it, you'll probably get hooked too.

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  • Jose Barillas
  • 07-08-20

Excellent narration

Kathleen McInerney is excellent in her narration I’m glad the story was an hour though but I’m disappointed it wasn’t 10 hours

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  • Kagcg184
  • 11-06-20

good short


A Kate Burkholder series book Always a listen good! never bought a short story. I will again.
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  • Amazon Customer
  • 16-01-20

awesome short story for commute

another great one. love this author and performer combo! highly recommend checking out her others