Sally Edwards is the only realtor in the sleepy Hamptons town of Bayville, New York. Business is slow, and Sally is beginning to wonder if she will be able to make ends meet, when she receives an offer that seems to solve all of her problems. Her little company is bought out by Millennium 3, a large, multi-national conglomerate that has a mysterious history. Executives from Millennium 3 take over her office, and Sally is charged with the responsibility of purchasing as many homes in the community as possible.
As more and more homes are purchased, the residents of Bayville become suspicious of the new company's intentions. Sally is caught in the crossfire as the townspeople resist the purchase of their homes, and Millennium 3 increases their pressure tactics to purchase more property. Many residents - including Sally - begin to fear that Millennium 3 is trying to take over more than just the property of Bayville.
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Someone at Audible needs to upgrade performance QA
Yes, I have actually been rather taken by his stories now,and have listened to a couple since my initial exposure. Very creative, tends toward the verbose at times, but very entertaining.
OK here is my beef. Very inconsistent, with far too many back ground noises ( page turning? people talking ? ) and odd editing. Unfortunately this is not even a decent performance.
Not really, but it did enjoin me to look for more from this author.
The characters were well drawn, and the story did have some unique twists and turns. It's a good book on balance, but the performance is so uneven that it impairs ( to some degree at least ) the overall enjoyment.
Long Island Village taken over
Each book is so different I can not rank them
Sally the main character
This is the only one I know of that he has done
Be careful who you sell your house to, consider your neighbors and where you will go after you sell.
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- Leslie Mandel Herzog