• Cold Case at Camden Crossing

  • By: Rita Herron
  • Narrated by: Juliet Davenport
  • Length: 6 hrs and 5 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (49 ratings)

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Cold Case at Camden Crossing

By: Rita Herron
Narrated by: Juliet Davenport
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People in town believe Tawny-Lynn Boulder is the only reason the Camden Cross case went unsolved. She survived the bus accident that left several dead and two missing, but the severe trauma left her with amnesia. So when she returns to her family's ranch after seven years, Sherrif Chaz Camden presses her to help locate the girls who were never found - including his own sister. But someone in town is threatening to kill Tawny-Lynn to keep the case closed. Now she must trust that the sexy sheriff she once loved will protect her and show this murderer that in Camden, accidents don't happen…justice does.

©2013 Rita Herron (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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Ok story but filled with unrealistic situations

I know this is fiction, but there is a reason why police can't investigate their family's crime. I was annoyed by Chaz and his flopping from being supportive to being accusatory. The narrator sometimes spoke with a twang--but sometimes it was overdone. It became irritating.

Spoiler alert! Don't read this part if you decide to listen. Tawny Lynn's and Chaz's relationship felt forced--like by page 120 they need to have sex. The sheriff would not say a minors' name to people/Tawny Lynn when they reported the abuse. He wouldn't be able to investigate the case dealing with his family and be able to make a creditable case. Someone else would have been brought in. I'm willing to let a certain amount go but then when the person that killed Ruth was revealed, I threw up my hands and turned it off.