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Lost Child

Narrated by: Esther Wane
Length: 9 hrs and 24 mins
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Summary

Two years ago, Beth turned her back on her three-year-old niece for just a few seconds. She disappeared without a trace.

One day, Beth receives a photograph from an anonymous number; she is sure it's a photograph of her niece. She is determined to find her and bring her home. But someone isn't pleased when Beth returns, and they will do what it takes to get rid of her for good.

©2017 D. S. Butler (P)2017 Tantor Media Inc

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Brilliant book thanks.

Brilliant book makes you realise how short life is and to enjoy every moment with live ones also made me realise no matter how safe you think our children are there not there are monester's in every corner waiting to seek there chance let's make sure we don't give them there chance.

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Went on too long

A good overall story but went on way too long for my liking. I found myself getting bored

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Extremely annoying main character

This was an annoying book from start to finish, but got worse as the story progressed. The main character was dumb, hysterical and extremely self-absorbed and I wanted to shout at her every fifth minute. She can’t bring herself to be nice to a woman with clear developmental issues just because she pushed her once as a child. She is unbearable.

The story in itself is fine, I guess, although far-fetched. But I hated every character except the grandmother of the missing child.

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Good Read

I enjoyed this book
A few things we're not explained, maybe there as a red herring but they should have been explained at the end.

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Mixed feelings

I found myself getting annoyed with this story - but still had to get to the end! Not sure if it was the narrator or the unreasonable actions of the central character - it was all a bit creepy. Unlike other DS Butler books I have listened to so far.

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gripping

really enjoyed this story , a real who dunnit set in a quaint English setting.
couldn't stop listening!