Disembodied Bones: Lake People, Book 2

Narrated by: Melanie Crawley
Series: Lake People, Book 2
Length: 17 hrs and 39 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Leonie Simoneaud was once one of the elusive Lake People - Acadian descendants in Louisiana with odd psychic powers. As a 13-year-old, she rescued an outsider child, Douglas Trent, from a maniacal pedophile named Monroe Whitechapel. Consequently, she was shunned by most of the Lake People for exposing them to the external world. As an adult, she lives elsewhere, an owner of an antique store in a quaint Texas town: Buffalo Creek. However, she doesn't know that she has been targeted by another madman for a reason that has everything to do with her rescue of Douglas. Her friends are under attack, and her psychic powers have been revealed to the people of Buffalo Creek. A child has been kidnapped, and a backpack with a riddle inside was left on Leonie's porch. However, only Douglas and Leonie know that Monroe Whitechapel used riddles to taunt his many victims - and Leonie killed Whitechapel when she saved Douglas. It will take every drop of determination inside Leonie to unravel the mystery, and she will learn a desperate truth about a psychotic man she killed 20 years before.

©2010 - present CL Bevill LLC (P)2017 CL Bevill LLC

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Love It!!

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review. Disembodied Bones is the second book in the Lake People series, but it can be read as a standalone. Loved the 2nd book, just as good as the 1st. C.L. Bevill does another fabulous job with this story and characters. Keep you on the edge of your seat, with a little bit of romance. Love the narrator Melanie Crawley she does a great job with the characters and story, brings everything to life. Highly recommend.

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c’mon, give it a try.....

when i began listening to this book i was pretty sure that i want going to be able to get thru the first 2 chapters due to the narrators voice, it’s very🤔......different, but the more i listened the more invested i became in the story and what was going to happen next, and to be honest i actual started to enjoy the narrators voice. lol. i normally don’t read/listen to books in this genre but i thought i’d give it a try and i was surprised how much i really did enjoy it. the only thing that made it difficult at times, was the fact that i did not read/listen to the 1st book in the series which, btw, i will remedy since i’ve already bought.😁just goes to show ya that even tho a book is outside your comfort zone doesn’t mean you won’t be surprised to find out that you actually enjoyed it. so, to all of my fellow readers/listeners get out there and grab a book that isn’t your norm, you might be surprised too.

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Intriguing supernatural selection.

Leonie is smart and compassionate heroine with a supernatural (?), metaphysical(?) ability to find missing children. According to this story's lore, the special gift is passed genetically within a small, mysterious community in Louisiana.

The author skillfully blends mystery, lore, and a bit of romance in an imaginative and digestible storyline. The heroine's tale unfolds as she risks her life and familial bonds to attempt rescue of abducted children.

I like this book because the supernatural/metaphysical element is interesting and because it blends well with the mystery and challenge facing the heroine and her compatriots.