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After one of the kidnapped children is found gruesomely murdered, the stakes go up and everyone realizes they are running short on time. Irene refuses to come out of her room as she deals with demons from her past. Secrets are dug up from the circus grounds which makes the girls realize how close they are to the circus itself. Who are these people? What are they hiding? Things continue to get harder as they work to keep the circus on their side while trying to solve the case.
All the same, the main problem remains; the children are missing. Will the girls be able to find them before it's too late?
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By Tiffany on 07-15-16
Hard to read
This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review.
I liked the idea of the book. I liked the direction it was trying to go in and the plot of the story was interesting. However, the writing style was very hard to get past. It was very long winded and it had trouble keeping my attention. Had this story been written differently, I probably would have really liked it. There was a lot of attention to detail, and the characters were already well developed which was good, and made for great imagery, but also took away from a lot of the action, for lack of a better word. Attention to detail is good, but there is such a thing as too much. It got monotonous. The characters weren't terribly unique or lovable either. Overall, I would say this book is alright, but I wouldn't go around recommending it to people. It feels as though this book was a rough draft of something much better.
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By jean doe on 08-06-16
The Ladies from the Creamery are at it again..
Any additional comments?
This story reminded me a lot of The Sugar Mountain Murders: Portman's Creamery Mysteries.
The Ladies from the creamery investigate the disappearance of children from the circus as well as a murder.
Zachary Liebenstein did ok with the narration.
"This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review."