A Stirring in the North Fork

Narrated by: John McLain
Length: 5 hrs and 14 mins
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A Stirring in the North Fork is a thrilling listen about the brutal and unsolved murder of a woman on Long Island nearly four decades ago. Driven by an unwavering passion, Savoy Graves, an out-of-work attorney, reconstructs the fragmented murder case and uncovers a series of heart-wrenching and shocking truths. Worlds collide as Graves struggles to identify those responsible for the murder in this gripping and tragic tale about love, self-discovery, redemption and most of all, a quest for justice.

©2016 Mark Torres (P)2016 Mark Torres

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what a great book for a new writer excellent!!!!

loved the book being from Long Island it was perfect . Hope to see more from Mark Torres. already bought the second one can't wait to start reading!!!

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a stirring

not a whodunnit or even really a thriller, but it does demonstrate that a writer doesn't have to be a master of language to write a reasonably captivating story.