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Summary

A psychological mystery box set with a killer twist you'll never forget.

Mystery masterminds Alexandria Clarke, author of Little Girl Lost, James Hunt, author of Deadly Webs, and J.S Donovan, author of Kidnapped, whose stories have collectively accumulated 400+ five-star reviews, come together in this audio box set for the first time!

Little Girl Lost

Ten years after her parents' death, Bridget Dubois returns to her hometown of Belle Dame, North Carolina. Her younger sister, Holly, is missing, and Bridget is determined to discover her whereabouts. No one knows what happened to Holly, so when Bridget starts to hear Holly's voice in her head, she becomes the only one who has a chance of finding her little sister.

Deadly Webs

When a child goes missing, the amount of resources that authorities use is substantial. Abduction cases are taken very seriously by all of the parties involved. None more so than by Chase Grant, a detective in Seattle’s 18th precinct. The clock starts the moment he gets the call from a parent, and the first 12 hours are crucial. Every move counts, and every choice matters. If he missteps, then a child might not come home. But today was different. He got a call about a missing child. And then another, and another, and another....

Kidnapped

Renowned Miami detective Anna Dedrick returns to her rural birthplace with hopes of leaving behind the vices of the big city. That dream shatters when the town’s pride - an African-American child prodigy - goes missing. As the only woman equipped for the job, Anna takes the case but soon discovers the town suspecting her estranged brother... and herself.

Stolen

Trust holds a small town together. When times are tough, you know you can lean on your neighbor for help. But when a political movement splits the town of Barta, North Dakota, in half and a young girl goes missing, the trust is broken. Who took Kaley Hayes?

©2017 DBS Publishing LLC (P)2017 DBS Publishing LLC

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great Boxset

this was a great Box set I highly reccomend it. The narration was superb the stories all different and gripping. I will look out for this authors new books.

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  • Carrie Belas
  • 01-03-18

Awesome!

I absolutely loved this box set! I wish there were more like it. As soon as you get finished with one thrilling book, here comes another.

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  • FimmelFanatic
  • 27-12-17

first narrator needs help

Would you try another book from Alexandria Clarke and/or the narrators?

I just started this book and I'm frustrated at the first narrator. Not sure which one it is, but she flip flops from sounding like a robot to grossly mispronouncing words. Easy words like "prodigal" which she pronounces as "pro-diggle" or "inventory" which she murders as "in-ven-try". Not sure if this is some local dialect or what, but it's annoying. The story is pretty good though.

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  • Constance English
  • 20-04-18

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Good story line on some of the books but the web book I couldn’t stand the lady’s voice which made it difficult to get through.

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  • Magz the Monkey
  • 01-01-19

Little Girl Lost... in Awful Narration

The first book series (Little Girl Lost) was actually annoying to listen to. I may have been able to suspend disbelief enough to accept the unrealistic "psychic" communication between sisters, had the narration not been so awful. Throughout the narration, common words were badly mispronounced, as though the narrator were not at all familiar with English. Her voice was certainly not believable as an American, as she could not even pronounce common phrases and locations accurately. The improper and unnatural emphasis on different words throughout the dialogue kept the narration from flowing smoothly, as well. So, every time that I was starting to get into the story a little, there would be a jarring mispronunciation or weird emphasis on a random word in a sentence that made the narration almost excruciating to listen to. The narrator excelled at the French portions of the script and should definitely be hired for narration of French books. This was simply a bad fit and it kept me from enjoying a book that otherwise would have probably been decent, if not for the lack of realism.

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  • Kathryn Day
  • 17-12-18

But wait there's more!

Okay, so first story was pretty good. The second has a plot that makes no sense what so ever. the first book was okay, the second was absurd, and the last was just painful. And the third was alright at first, but the second book dragged and I quit at the star of the third. The plot was just too over the top and I was waiting for it to be over then there was a third book and I quit. Every new book was like an infomercial yelling "but wait there's more!" These fail because they're multiple books per story. Each book needs it's own climax and has to Trump the previous one making the story absurd and overly long.

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  • Nancy LaPlace
  • 27-10-18

Might be a return

Like other reviews mentioned the narrator is horrible! I kept wondering if it was a computer because of the mispronunciation of so many simple words. I find myself turning it off because it gets so annoying. However, I'm still trying to get through the first book so maybe I should wait to review. If I don't return this one, and I feel differently, I'll edit this review.

As far as the story goes in the first book, it's just too ridiculous that a police officer would help the main character with an investigation without the department and the officers working on the case knowing about it. Talk about putting your livelihood on the line! And then that officer gets shot, so the main character (27 or 28 years old) has now put on the officer's uniform and is driving her squad car, has gone to another jurisdiction, is impersonating an officer... No one seems to realize a squad car is missing, etc, etc. I just had to turn it off at that point.

Also, I'd love to let the author know that Belize and Mexico are in Central (or Latin) America and not in South America! Seriously...

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  • virginia
  • 09-09-18

Good story, bad narration.

The story lines were suspenseful, but full of cliches. I kept listening though because I bought it and I wanted to know how the books end. But... somebody please help these narrators. I've never been so distracted by such poor enunciation and pronunciation as I was with this set ("Laple" instead of lapel", I had to rewind several times to understand what they were tryingg to say) It's like the first women didn't know how to read, and the second narrator sounded like she was reading the book for the first time. It does get better though-if you can make it through the first book you'll be hooked.

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  • Francine P.
  • 14-03-18

Just bad

This book series is awful and the performance is really bad. It is set in North Carolina but the accents are Canadian. There are no likable characters, although I wonder if the narrator was better I may have liked a few of them.