Just weeks after his arrival, the area's wealthiest woman, 84-year-old Clara Silverman, mysteriously vanishes from her gated estate, and Archie is asked to take on the case. Sixteen hundred miles away, in Michigan's remote Upper Peninsula, John Barrington gets a mysterious call asking him about an aunt he thought had passed away years before.
An exhausted zebra is ready for bed but the other animals at the zoo still want to play. Help the Zebra say "shh" to the lions, elephants and other noisy animals at the zoo. A calming bedtime audiobook for little monkeys everywhere.
Brad Feldman is desperate to come up with a novel idea for his failing television series, America's Most Haunted Locations. A friend reminds him about Doctor Louise Hilton and her groundbreaking research in parapsychology at Duke University during the 70s. Doctor Hilton invites a select group of people to join her and Brad at an old Victorian mansion in Michigan's remote Upper Peninsula. At first, Brad is delighted when unexpected happenings start to occur, but his joy soon turns to fear as things quickly spiral out of hand.
At 16, Ronald Earl is no longer the boy-wonder preacher known to the faithful as Little Texas. But on the tent-revival circuit, his adoring followers still roar and praise his name. Another small town, another revival, and the same girl appears in that same blue dress. A day later, on the fringe of the believers - a flash of blue. Is she just another of the grateful and devoted? Or is she something else? And is she not following but haunting him?
"Will Read Instead of Listen Next Time"