Sometimes those who can't be found just might not be lost....
As the co-founders of Finders, Inc., Hank Johnson and Bim Mayer spent the past two decades successfully solving mysteries and - almost miraculously, thanks to Bim's special skills - finding missing people in and around the remote mountain town of Boone, North Carolina.
Their most recent case deals with an outbreak of missing elderly people, all of whom used to teach at nearby Appalachian State University. With the help of teammates Juan and Marly Hernandez, along with Shelby Jamiston, a sharp new private investigator Hank just hired, they soon learn that the absent old folks all have something else in common. They're all connected to a shady character with deep, dark ties to both Bim and Hank.
The events of those chaotic three days in late winter will test the friendship of the two men as they - and all the other members of the "Finder Team" - risk their lives to solve this mystery and find a group of people who just might not want to be found.
The first book in an all-new mystery series (with hints of the paranormal)!
©2014 Michael Jasper (P)2015 Michael Jasper
Love this book. A fantastic detective story with a small splash of paranormal. Michael Jasper has written a fantastic story that had my attention from the first page to the last. This story will give you smiles between on the edge of your seat suspense, unexpected twists and turns. The ending leaves you satisfied and looking forward to the next book.
Maxwell Zener is a wonderful narrator who puts laughter and emotion in his narration. I look forward to listening to more from this exceptional narrator
I was given a copy of this audio by the author, narrator or publisher in exchange for an honest unbiased review
Tanya Parker Mills, Author of THE RECKONING
While I like the idea behind the whole series and it's fairly well written, the plotting was a little obvious and the pacing way too slow toward the end. Well before that time I'd guessed the ending and was waiting for the narration to catch up with what most listeners would find obvious. I'd give the second book in the series a shot to see if the author continues with pacing problems before recommending this to a friend.
"Finally!" As I said above, the pacing should have been much quicker in the last quarter of the book. That's not to say the narration should have been quicker, just that it was too drawn out writing-wise.
The narrator's voice was nice and deep, sure and steady...though I would have liked a bit more variety between characters.
I'd only want to hear a sequel if the author can tie up the mystery quicker in the end.
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