New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Cheryl Bradshaw's library of her best-selling Sloane Monroe Series, Books 4-5 (two complete audiobooks: Stranger and Town and Bed of Bones).
Stranger and Town: Six-year-old Olivia Hathaway tiptoes down the center aisle of Maybelle's Market, stopping once to glance over her shoulder and make sure her mother isn't watching. But Mrs. Hathaway is too preoccupied to notice her daughter has slipped away. Moments later, a frantic Mrs. Hathaway runs up and down the aisles, desperately searching for her missing daughter. But little Olivia is already in the arms of a stranger. Will PI Sloane Monroe find Olivia before it's too late?
Bed of Bones: Sometimes even the deepest, darkest secrets find their way to the surface....
Summer 1956: Thirteen-year-old Willie Compton and his younger brother Leonard stumble upon a mine shaft while hiking the hills of Park City, Utah. The shaft is unsealed, abandoned. While Leonard stares at the hole in wonderment, a Slinky he's been flipping back and forth between his hands slithers through his fingers, tumbling toward the mouth of the shaft. Leonard bolts forward, reaches out to grab it, but he slips, then he falls.
Present Day: Up-and-coming filmmaker Melody Sinclair stirs in her chair, nervously awaiting the debut of her film at the Sundance Film Festival. Based on a true story, Bed of Bones tells a tale of murder, shining a big, bold light on Park City's tragic past. A past that's about to revisit the present.
©2012, 2013 Cheryl Bradshaw (P)2014 Cheryl Bradshaw
spellbinding.. expertly written with exquisite narration..Hauntingly enjoyable..
A great book. I rarely write reviews but this books makes it into the top three favorite books I've read it the last year. I read a lot about 100 books a year. Sloane Monroe is unique and die hard heroine. I thought I figured it out twice but I was wrong. But it's takes more the a great story line to make a book move to my top 3 and say OMG. Mrs Bradshaw was able to hook me by provoking the emotional connection with her characters. I cried, laughed, got mad . The emotional connection a reader creates is Cheryl Bradshaw best talent. --
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