All the Beautiful Brides

Graveyard Falls
Narrated by: Eric G. Dove
Series: Graveyard Falls, Book 1
Length: 8 hrs and 1 min
4 out of 5 stars (475 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A young woman lies dead at the bottom of a waterfall, dressed in a wedding gown with a rose stem jammed down her throat. And in the small town of Graveyard Falls, the horrifying vision stirs a long-ago nightmare back to life....

FBI Special Agent Cal Coulter gets called in to investigate the murder, which bears a terrifying resemblance to a series of killings committed thirty years ago: three teenage girls were found dead at the waterfall's base, all bearing rose stems in their throats. But the high school football star was convicted and imprisoned for those murders, leading Cal to suspect that the killer is still out there.

Now, the body count is rising again. The monster's sights are set on counselor Mona Monroe, Cal's best friend's widow...and the woman he's always loved. Can Cal stop the killer before Mona becomes the next victim?

©2015 Rita Herron (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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Didn't See That Coming

Just when I thought I figured out how it all came together, I was so wrong. I was glad to be surprised.

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Wonderful..

Any additional comments?

LOL… So, the first thing I’d want to do, if I lived in Graveyard Falls, is move. That’s a creepy name for a town.

However, this was a fabulous book. I loved everything about it. The players were great. Cal and Mona were an awesome pairing. I really liked Anna and Josie, and how THAT all worked out. Didn’t really like Carol Little but what happened to her was a shame. Liked Deputy Kimball. Sheriff Buckley was just a horrible creep. The 3 bad guys were simply sick, although I did feel real sorry for the kid.

As always there was not an ounce of sexual tension is this book but some seriously explicit sex.

And the F-BOMB was used 8 times. Not that it bothers me but I know it bothers a lot of you.

I got this book through KU.

As to the narrator: I simply love Eric Dove. The men sound sexy and the women sound like women. It's always a pleasure to listen to him.

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Lifetime would be so proud.

I like the authors writing in that she's good at drawing things out. But there was way to much going on in this story. It was like she just had a bunch of ideas and was like well let's see what we can make. The sad thing is that each one of the storylines that weaved through the tale could have made a good novel on there own especially if they had been together. The fact that she made me enjoy the book only makes it that much sadder it means she has the potential to be such a great writer.


tl, dr: Writer has skills but had to much going on.

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Way over the top.

If you enjoy wordy, endless, soporific soap operas, you'll love this. Too many plots. Too many words. On and on and on. Good grief.

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good story but...

what is it with authors making their female characters out to be sooo freakin Stupid at times?!! i’m yelling at them, like anyone hears or cares, not to be so frickin Stupid! it’s an aggravating gender stereotype. jus sayin

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CRINGEY AF

First- wasn’t a fan of the narrator

Second- for some reason there are fifty random sex scenes that become descriptive at times that make no sense. Laughable. It is as if a 14 year old wrote this after reading twilight. Bot a fan.

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A bit much

The narration - the narrator had a great voice but, he didn't seem right for this book. He sounds like he would be perfect for tv and radio but, somehow his voice reminded me of when "books on tape" came out waaay back in the day.
The store - the story was fine. There was a lot at the end, too much. Too much drama for each and every character. I also got sick of the word "mama".
I will try the author again but, it's a bit soapy. It is better than the last soap I watched but, still too many suds.

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ok mystery

this was an ok mystery to listen to. I thought that there were a lot of names to keep straight and that made it kind of hard to listen to, other than that good story.

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Page turner

Great book lots of guessing and twist. Kept you wanting to listen. On to the next in the series

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Mediocre and Juvenile

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I finished the book for 1 reason, I had already paid for it. The writing is juvenile and the characters are one dimensional which is unfortunate because there was a decent outline there... I feel this book would be best suited in the YA category.

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Enjoyed

I really enjoyed this story ,kept me wanting to know what happened yes I would recommend this book audio😉😉😉😉