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In the small Connecticut town of Wilshire, James Corbett, senior member of a local outlaw family, has been hideously murdered. For Ellen Wilder, new editor and owner of the local newspaper, the gruesome killing is as disturbing as the irrational fears it has triggered within her. She is left doubting for her own sanity. For State Police Detective Michael Chandler, the murder is only a hint of trouble to come... and an eerie echo of his own near-death experience.

But nothing could have prepared anyone in the rational world for the return of Franny Corbett. A hulking child of a man, the blackest sheep in a black sheep family, his eerie presence may have ushered in a final endgame of violence, fear, and unearthly events in this bizarre Connecticut village. Soon Wilshire will be shaken again. A car sunk just beneath the surface of a local lake is soon to rise... and with it a trip into the other side of the human existence....

©1999, 2014 Noel Hynd (P)2015 Noel Hynd

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Once again Noel and Time entertain!

What did you love best about The Lost Boy: A Haunting in Connecticut?

This is my third journey into the writing of Noel Hynd's ghost stories. Like the two audiobooks prior to this one, Time Winters narrates. What a team. These two, Noel and Time, entertain like no others. I have become a big fan of both.

What other book might you compare The Lost Boy: A Haunting in Connecticut to and why?

Noel's prior stories.

What does Time Winters bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

His characters are believable without being over dramatic. He is a wonderful storyteller. It's like being read to by a cool uncle when you were young (you know him, the one that pulls quarters from behind your ear)

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Listening to audiobooks while I practice guitar is my main stay, however, I find myself stopping and listening with my mouth agape. Yes...that is good fiction.

Any additional comments?

Noel is very personable too. Did you ever have a question or two after finishing a book? I e-mailed him the questions. Guess what? He responded and answered. Now that is a great writer, concerned with his audience. Thank Noel, you da man!

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  • Elisabeth
  • STANTON, CA, United States
  • 08-11-16

karma is a bitch

If you could sum up The Lost Boy: A Haunting in Connecticut in three words, what would they be?

Atmospheric, creepy, satisfying.

What about Time Winters’s performance did you like?

It just meshed so well with the story.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

No, but it definitely kept my interest.

Any additional comments?

It was like an extended episode of The Twilight Zone.