Meet Roy Ballard, freelance videographer with a knack for catching insurance cheats. He's working a routine case, complete with hours of tedious surveillance, when he sees something that shakes him to the core. There, with the subject, is a little blond girl wearing a pink top and denim shorts - the same outfit worn by Tracy Turner, a six-year-old abducted the day before. When the police are skeptical of Ballard's report - and with his history, who can blame them? - it's the beginning of the most important case of his life.
©2012 Ben Rehder (P)2013 Ben Rehder
Suspenseful, unpredictable, sarcastic
Learning about Roy's background - how his lost child gave him a personal stake in finding the little girl.
I liked the pacing of the narration.
I laughed at times at some of Roy's comebacks. He obviously has a need waiting to be fulfilled.
Great story, annoying reader. Mr. Peppers needs to loose the vocal fry. I've not heard it so bad in a male voice before. The gargling, scraping sound at the end of every phrase sentence grates on my ears. This new style of talk is not correct English (American or otherwise). Please eliminate it from recorded books. Hopefully, it will soon go the way of Valley Girl Speak.
Anyone without vocal fry.
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