Attempt to Locate

Lantern Beach P.D., Book 2
Narrated by: Em Eldridge
Series: Lantern Beach P.D Series, Book 2
Length: 6 hrs and 2 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)

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A deadly trio of robbers. A missing woman. A community in crisis.

A fun girls’ night out turns into a nightmare when armed robbers barge into the store where Cassidy and her friends are shopping. As the situation escalates and the men escape, a massive manhunt launches on Lantern Beach to apprehend the dangerous trio.

In the midst of the chaos, a potential foe asks for Cassidy’s help. He needs to find his sister who fled from the secretive Gilead’s Cove community on the island. But the more Cassidy learns about the seemingly untouchable group, the more her unease grows.

The pressure to solve both cases continues to mount. But as the gravity of the situation rises, so does the danger. Cassidy is determined to protect the island and break up the cult...but doing so might cost her everything.

Attempt to Locate is the second book in the new Lantern Beach P.D. series. Each novel is a stand-alone mystery, but several overarching mysteries stretch throughout the entire series.

©2019 Christy Barritt (P)2019 Christy Barritt

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Narrator is a bit of a challenge

I loved the story. It kept my interest and was clean with a lot of mystery. The narrator however, Was a bit of a challenge. She does OK with the voices of the characters but when it comes to the narration, she ends every sentence with the same inflection and it becomes very distracting.