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Publisher's Summary

Ambrose Bierce, a veteran of the Civil War and writer of note, had a fascination with death and PTSD as a result of his war experience. "One of the Missing" follows Private Jerome Searing, an Army scout, as he goes behind enemy lines. In today's military, Searing would probably be in the Navy Seals or Army Special Forces. He was good at his job, and his job was soldiering.
Public Domain (P)2012 Audio Books by Mike Vendetti
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By Amazon Customer on 05-07-12

Great Short Read

What made the experience of listening to One of the Missing the most enjoyable?

The author was very descriptive with his writing. I felt like I was really there!

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By colin o,neill on 11-12-12

Shakespearing Tragedy

Would you consider the audio edition of One of the Missing to be better than the print version?

Yes as I usually do not pick up short stories but when I travel to work it is a long trip so short stories are perfect.

Who was your favorite character and why?

The three characters are equally interesting. They all together make the story complete.

What about John Michaels’s performance did you like?

His reading seems to make the story real. I seemed to be an observer.

If you could rename One of the Missing, what would you call it?

The way things, sometimes, just are!

Any additional comments?

I looked up the authors name to purchase more>

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