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Publisher's Summary

On a snowy Christmas Eve, a beautiful young mother goes out to buy a few last minute gifts and never returns....
....thirty years later, her daughter picks up her trail.
As the owner of an estate sale business, Audrey Nealon knows a lot about art, antiques, and the unlikely places old people hide their treasures. But the shabby home of an elderly widow holds alarming surprises: street drugs in the silverware drawer, a trunkful of jewels in the attic, and the distinctive ring Audrey's mother was wearing the night she disappeared. Believing the truth will bring her peace, Audrey relentlessly pursues clues to her family's troubled history. But each fact Audrey uncovers drags her further away from the love she craves, and puts her on a collision course with people more determined, more ambitious, and more dangerous than she can fathom. As the twist ending reveals, some truths are too awful to bear, and too terrible to share.
©2012 S.W. Hubbard (P)2016 S.W. Hubbard
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By erobbins33 on 10-03-16

Loved it!

What made the experience of listening to Another Man's Treasure the most enjoyable?

I've always liked a good mystery, and I love watching shows like Antiques Road Show and American Pickers. Combined? Best concept ever!

Who was your favorite character and why?

Voice-Wise, I'd have to say her father. Voicing a stroke victim must have been really hard, but the narrator nailed it. Especially with his speech steadily improving as he struggled to rehabilitate.

What does Janelle Tedesco bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Listening to a book can bring the characters to life in a way that just reading doesn't. It also forces me to slow down and really savor the story. Tedesco is an excellent voice actress, and I really enjoyed her work on this book.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I'd have to say the ending, when everything finally becomes clear. We finally find out what really happened, and Audrey can finally move on.

Any additional comments?

I really enjoyed the unravelling of all of the layers of deception in this story. There was also some very poignant social commentary, especially in regards to racism and police. It was very well portrayed, and I wanted to note that. I received this book in exchange for an honest review.

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By Jaelynn on 09-30-16

Fun, and Surprisingly Gripping

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

This is a fun, entertaining listen... until you suddenly find yourself hooked and craving more and more and more!Audrey Nealon owns an estate sale business — she and her two quirky assistants sort and sell the possessions of people who've died. Then one day, while cleaning out the modest home of Mrs. Agnes Szabo, Audrey comes across a one-of-a-kind ring that belonged to her mother — the mother who disappeared when Audrey was 3 and has never been heard from again.Audrey sets out to unravel her mother's story and finds herself coping with a racist (maybe) cop, a devoted (maybe) boyfriend, a rabidly political family, a father who hates her, a drug-dealing (maybe) assistant, a trunk of stolen jewelry, and someone who's trying very, very hard to kill her.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

Secrets within secrets, betrayals within betrayals, make it impossible for Audrey to know for sure who's friend and who's foe — and kept me constantly wondering what was going to happen next.

What does Janelle Tedesco bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Janelle Tedesco's narration is superb. She nails Audrey Nealon's thoughtful intelligence, as well as her insecurities and moments of panic. Her character voices aren't a strong as her narration — the street-smart Black kid from Newark has a southern drawl, for example — but this didn't stop me from devouring the book every time I could make a moment to listen.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I neglected far too many duties so that I could hear the entire book in just three days.

Any additional comments?

Another Man's Treasure was so satisfying that I'm reading S.W. Hubbard's next two Palmyrton Estate Sale books. When do we get Audible versions of THOSE??

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By Emily on 02-24-17

Absolutely Amazing!

Any additional comments?

I received a free copy of this audio book in exchange for an honest review.<br/><br/>I loved this book. I was hooked. I loved the friendship between Audrey and Jill especially and I loved how Coughlin grows as a character over the novel. The twists and turns of the mystery kept me gripped throughout, even if it becomes slightly obvious towards the end. <br/>Can't wait to read book 2! :-)

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By Kelly on 10-31-16

brillent story

a great story , interesting back ground business and the mystery has twist and turns . deffo worth a read, cant wait to read the next one !

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