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Publisher's Summary

How far would you go to find a missing loved one? Would you send out flyers, appear on TV shows, or ask some of your connections to assist you? Let's change the question: What would you want your loved ones to do in case it was you who went missing? Would you want to spare them the trouble, ask them to let it go? Or would you encourage them to fight and find you at all costs?
In this book we'll tackle seven cases - each different in nature and response, but all ending in one direction: the missing person could not be found....
We have the toddler who was abducted in his room, which was devoid of fingerprints except for the baby's. How that became possible especially since other people touched many things in the room, the police still don't know.
We also have a teenager who went missing in her own apartment after hanging out with two friends. Plus, a lyricist who seemed to have orchestrated the perfect escape, a Polaroid featuring a tied-up woman and boy, a young mother, a graduate hiker, and a 14-year-old who could have died at the hands of her own adoptive parents. All these people never returned....
Here's a preview of what's in this book....



The Lindbergh baby fiasco
Laureen and the friends she was with
Where Richey went
Abandoned for adoption assistance
Alyssa failed to go home
What trail did Joseph follow?
And much, much more!

©2017 Hector Z. Gregory (P)2017 Hector Z. Gregory
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5 out of 5 stars
By R Neustel on 05-24-18

Great compilation of missing persons' cases

In this compilation of missing persons' cases, there are some that are very familiar (Lindbergh baby), but most of them I hadn't heard of. That's always good as I read so much of this genre.

The narrator had a pleasant voice, but I did have to slow it to 0.95 to make listening comfortable for me. I won't take a point off, since I can do something about it. There were also a couple mispronounced words, which to me were common words.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Julie on 11-03-17

Please see samectitle by Roger Mills ?

I have 2 books with the same title. The review for this is in the other one by Joseph Exton. I see no way to edit my review so will just have to do it this way I guess.
Now for this book , there are 12 cases in it. It’s also good. The narrator sounds a bit like he’s telling you ghost stories but other than that the book was quite interesting.

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