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The Seasiders

Skeletons in the Cupboard Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Virginia Ferguson
Length: 5 hrs and 56 mins
Categories: Young Adults, Ages 13 & Up
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Summary

This seaside town holds more secrets than you could ever imagine.

Grace and Dick Thomas are the proud owners of the Sandybank Guest House, a pristine establishment set in a prime location overlooking the beach. Tourists come and go all year round, enjoying the beautiful setting and their host's wonderful culinary skills.

However, the permanent residents of this pretty coastal town cause net curtains to flutter and tongues to wag with their myriad of secrets and tales to be told.

Caught up in their midst, the Thomases live their lives regardless, checking guests in and checking guests out. But who holds the biggest secret of all?

©2016 A.J. Griffiths-Jones (P)2019 A.J. Griffiths-Jones

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Secrets stay hidden...right?

Remember when you choose to stay at the beach and in the b&b the couple who look after you so well.
Listen or read this and it will definitely get you thinking about what goes on behind the front your allowed to see!
The towns secrets are abundant and I bet there’s more to unravel even after this tale is finished.
Talking about the finish, goodness what a swift change to the ending. Really good lead up & no idea this was going to happen at all.
Loved it.
Narrator was good she fit what I think the main character would’ve sounded like. A definite listen from me.