Buried Secrets

  • by Elizabeth Meyette
  • Narrated by Amy McFadden
  • 9 hrs and 47 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When Jesse Graham almost runs over a "body" in the road one night, she is plunged into a labyrinth of secrets, lies, and murder. All Jesse wants is a simple life teaching at St. Bart's and a chance at love with Joe Riley. She realizes that plan has been thwarted when puzzling occurrences at St. Bartholomew Academy for Girls get increasingly dangerous. The danger doesn't just spring from the ghost who haunts the grounds of St. Bart's, but from a sinister presence that is not ghostly at all. As she digs into the mystery, threats on her life and the life of her student escalate.
Which danger threatens her life the most? The ghost haunting her student or the secrets buried in the school?

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Great Mystery Sequel!

For me I really enjoyed listening to the second book in this series. Meyette does such a good job of creating a world that is creepy, but also fun as well! I just love the characters and the mess the heroine seems to find herself in with these stories. I’m a big fan of mysteries so when I find a good series I just want to devour them all. This is one of those for me.

Amy does a great job with these voices. I think she has a nice soothing tone to her voice that really lets me imagine what is going on. I also like the range she does with each character. It’s easy to tell who is who, and I’m always interested by new voices that are added.

Overall this is a great book to listen to and I highly recommend listening to the first of you get he chance. It’s not necessary to understand this book, but there are some character details that make more sense if you’ve read the first book first haha
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- Ashley Kendall

A Great Follow Up To Cavanaugh House

What made the experience of listening to Buried Secrets the most enjoyable?

It had to be Jesse getting me hooked on her latest mystery.


Who was your favorite character and why?

Jesse had to be my favorite with her friend from St. Bart's coming in a close second. For some reason Jesse seems to attract things that need to be solved. She seems to be the Jessica Fletcher of her time period. Can you imagine if those two characters met?


Have you listened to any of Amy McFadden’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I was fortunate enough to hear her narrate the first book titled "Cavanaugh House". It was a great follow up. She had me thinking about how Jesse seemed to be a younger Jessica Fletcher in the way she went about solving things.


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

Yes but of course that wasn't an option. I had no trouble picking up where I left off though. Liked it so much that I listened to it twice.


Any additional comments?

I have found that I prefer to listen to this author's work but I would also be open to read the actual book. This series is great in that you don't have to have listened to the first book in order to enjoy this one. But if you want to know about her relationship with Joe and the family that she didn't know she had than you want to make sure to check it out.

Ms. McFadden does a great job in bringing our main character to life. She had me giggling every once in a while and I'm sure at times the people in the next car thought I was nuts. But I didn't care. I enjoyed every minute that this narrator was reading to me. She is one of the reasons, as well as this author, that I no longer like to listen to the radio. When I have great narrators and authors to listen to why would I.

This author has other works that I will need to check out but sadly this was the only other book in her audiobook arsenal. But that won't stop me from doing a search every once in a while to see if she's added anything else. I can never have enough books in my audio library.

I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Audio Copy of this book.

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- ElyLibrarySec

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-30-2016
  • Publisher: Boris Publishing