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Fifteen-year-old Caitlin Whittington, last seen waiting for a ride home from school, is the second girl in Paradise Falls to disappear in five months. Fears grow that she won't be the last as the town begins to suspect a serial killer might be loose. With her daughter's disappearance, Grace Whittington makes some surprising and unsettling discoveries about her stepson, Adam. When she uncovers information that seems to implicate him, the fault lines of a happily blended family crack wide open.
The case falls to Detective Rayna Godwin, who is hampered by memories of her own murdered daughter and the suspicion that there is more to the string of unsolved disappearances than meets the eye. When her ex-lover, FBI agent Jack Cody, is called in against Rayna's wishes, her job becomes even more difficult. And Adam, scared and stung by the distrust of those closest to him, is afraid to speak the truth.
Paradise Falls is the riveting and provocative tale of a family torn apart by divided loyalties and a dedicated detective who meets her worst fears head on. The razor sharp twists and turns will hold listeners captive until its final, explosive conclusion.
©2012 Jonnie Jacobs (P)2013 Jonnie Jacobs
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3 out of 5 stars
By penny ann on 07-20-15


Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

I kept at it because I liked the story, however, this Wendy Tremont King, is so monotonous, no difference between characters, male or female, young or old, very difficult to follow what is happening.

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

a WOW!

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Wendy Tremont King?

YES!!! Kathleen Early, Hillary Huber, ANYONE but this woman, I WILL NEVER spend any credits nor money on a book read by Ms. King.

Any additional comments?

The story is really good, a shame is overcasted by the reader.

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