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The sleepy coastal town of Driftwood, Oregon, is about to be awakened by big-city crime.

An ex-convict by the name of Raven is on a rampage.

After killing two convenience store clerks, he kidnaps Kaitlynn, adolescent daughter of Chloe Denhurst. As Chloe works frantically to save her daughter's life, she discovers that the man she loves shares a terrible secret with the kidnapper.

A twisted web of betrayal, revenge, and murder, leading to a heart-pounding confrontation on the Yaquina Bay Bridge.

©2016 William J. Cook (P)2019 William J. Cook

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Great book

I Enjoyed this audio book very much from start to finish great story line too

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One of my fav new listens

Really enjoyed this and now one of my fav listens. So glad tried this one!

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Our last supper - if it wasn't breakfast.

A tale of two brothers. 2016, and teenager Caitlan gave her widowed mother permission to start dating again: the obvious choice being Jack, a man of about 50 both Caitlan and Chloe trusted, easy to talk with and who had, for the past year, been coming to the house every weekend to help repair and redecorate. He would never take money but did stay for supper. But Jack had a secret too terrible to reveal and a promise given he couldn't break. It was going to place all three of them into a place of fear and murder. Over dramatic and heavily dependent on religious institutional belief and commitment, the characters are nevertheless well drawn if somewhat unbelievable. The story is a full blocked mystery thriller which also raises interesting questions. Narration by Gary Crane is good, read with enthousiasm, clear and well paced. Good choice for the subject. My thanks to the rights holder of Seal of Secrets, who, at my request, freely gifted me with a complimentary copy via Audiobook Boom. It was enjoyable and a good, sometimes surprising, read.

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  • timj26
  • 29-07-19

Can’t run from the past

A great thriller with twists I didn’t see coming I liked that the author touches on subjects you don’t normally see like child grooming and wrong doing in religion Well narrated and original highly recommended I received a free review audiobook and voluntarily left this review

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  • Ellen Oceanside
  • 28-03-20

Good Thriller

Chloe and a mystery man she hired. Who and what was he really, does she really want to know when she and her daughter are caught up in the web. A good page turning thriller and good character and narration. Given audio for my voluntary review and my honest opinion

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  • vanita Thornton
  • 21-08-19

this book was given to me at my request for review

this is a wonderful book. full of suspense and love from a mother to her child.

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  • Jan M
  • 04-08-19

Priests, Murder, and other crimes

Seal of Secrets by William J. Cook intrigued me with the book blurb. I am not a very religious person and found the portrayal of what happens in the Catholic church to be eyeopening. The book has some great unexpected twists and shocking happenings. Without giving away spoilers, the ending really surprised me. The narration by Gary Crane PicturesForYourEars just didn't click with me. I listened to the sample before requesting this review copy audiobook, and was fine with that, but after almost 8 hours, I found his emphasis of expressions distracting from the story.

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