Thirty years of small-town secrets - now the key to the mystery is gone. The small town of Hidden Falls is abuzz. Former students, friends, and loved ones are prepping for tonight's big event to honor Ted Quinn's many years of compassionate service. Quinn is reluctant about a night in the spotlight - but is tenderly prodded by Sylvia, mayor of Hidden Falls and Quinn's dearest friend and confidante.
Ethan and Nicole won't let the shadows of their pasts stop them from returning to Hidden Falls - but only for Quinn - no matter how much it hurts. Liam, a former student, and Jack, a town newcomer, are both hoping the night works toward their own gain--or, if they'll admit it, their chance for redemption. Like Quinn, Dani and Lauren are mainstays in Hidden Falls. They keep close to home--and have secrets to keep close, too.
Now it's time. The guests are seated, introductions are made, the spotlight shines on center stage...and the unthinkable leaves the entire town scrambling for the truth.
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Found this episode interesting, but a little slow. Narrator's voice is nice but more monotone than I prefer.
Yes, to keep the charecters fresh in my mind for the next episode.
Getting to know a little bit about all the charecters. It's like evesdropping on bits and pieces of past, preasent and possible futures of the charecters and of course a chance to figure out who done it.
Not so ordinary secrets.
will continue withe the series.
Will be back with more reviews.
I used to whistle while I worked. Now I read a book!
This was a good teaser, Starts off kinda slow. But takes off near the end.
It seems to be an OK story. Slowly picks up. I like this in a narrative, sometimes. I like a story that builds.
No.This is my first
Hmmm, No I think this story has more to say I sometimes like to take my time on a good mystery.
Looking forward to the full story.
Quinn of course, with his great empathy and listening ear, believing in giving everyone a chance.
Would love more.
I'm a sucker for small-town mysteries and multiple POVs, so this book was right up my alley. Tons of different characters---which the narrator and author do a good job of distinguishing from each other--and several small mysteries that undergird the overarching story. I'm not a huge fan of buying serial installments because they generally end up costing more than a couple of full-length books, so I can't comment on the rest of the series. I'm eagerly waiting for this book to be released as a single unit. It promises to be a great read! If you're interested in a quick, interesting hook and you don't mind being cliff-hung (or you're willing to spend the money in the serial components), start here!
Myst/thrillers, some contemporary and ✨fun fantasies✨are my favorites but always open for a good story.
A good enough short with many episodes to follow that I found interesting enough to continue on with. As with any start to a story this was an introduction to the characters and their personalities. Intriguing folks as a whole who made me want to know more about how their backgrounds intertwine. At the end of this episode a a gentleman, Ted Quinn, is being honored for his years of teaching and continuous service to the community. While being introduced there is a loud noise back stage and Ted has disappeared. This was good enough and I'm sure the next episode will have more of a storyline. Debby Mccomber-esk style of writing and narration.
It is like watching a film on HBO ... The characters draw you in and before you know you reached the end of the instalment and wonder what the next will hold.
"Getting the measure of audible"
Don't like given unabridged - then Ooh is a first season... If its a series then have decency to say. Blah
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