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Publisher's Summary

When 18-year-old police recruit November Lake joins training college, her curiosity and desire to solve mysteries soon has her investigating a series of creepy and chilling crimes.
With the help of her friend and colleague, Kale Creed, November is soon caught up in a dark world of strange and inexplicable mysteries, each with a deadly twist.
Three novella length mysteries in one book:
"The Dead Girl in the Room"
The Kidnapping at Blackwater Farm
The Menacing Stranger
©2014 Jamie Drew (P)2015 Jamie Drew
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By Miche on 05-27-15

Wonderful narration!

I received this book as a gift and after listening to the narration I would gladly buy the follow up book in the series. The writing draws you into the mysteries that November and her friend Kale just can't seem to pass up. The star here is the narration. After recently listening to a few hours of bad narration of a book I really enjoyed reading, I have a new appreciation for an amazing narrator.

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By Shona Booky Ramblings Lawrence on 04-11-15

Entertaining tales of mystery

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November Lake book 1 is a collection of 3 novella length stories, that take place over the course of a week, with each story taking place just a few days after each other. <br/><br/>The three novellas are connected by the main Characters, November and Kale, who are young police recruits. And each of the stories is its own self contained whodunnit.<br/><br/>The stories are entertaining enough but the time frame feels a little unrealistic. What are the chances that 2 young recruits would find themselves caught up in the middle of 3 crimes in the space of a week... especially when they aren't 'on the job'<br/><br/>It wont stop me reading November Lake book 2 though.

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