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Publisher's Summary

In Beverly Lewis' enthralling sequel to her New York Times best-selling novel The Secret, two young ladies - one Amish, the other English - join forces to solve the mystery of a mother gone missing and a disease gone wild. Will these hurting souls find what they seek - or will they discover much more?"
©2009 Beverly M. Lewis; (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC

Critic Reviews

"The reigning queen of Amish fiction ... has penned another touching novel with well-drawn characters and a compelling plot." (Library Journal)

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  • Stevon
  • Tempe, AZ, United States
  • 10-19-10

another good one

What is it about these stories set in Amish country that I enjoy so much? I like Hallmark movies and sometimes I wonder about that as well. Rather than the shoot 'em up, sex and drug stories so many modern ones are these seem to be of a kinder, gentlre nature. As they say in the preface of these stores, they are of the human spirit, maybe that's why, if you believe in the goodness of it. This one is the seond in a trilogy with the first being "The Secret" By the end of this story you have a good idea of what's going to happen in the third book but you want to listen to it anyway to see how it all plays out. Are these the most exciting books I've ever listened to? No. But I can't wait for the final one, "The Telling"!

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Beverly Lewis

I am a huge fan of Beverly Lewis. I have read many books by her and enjoy reading about Amish life.

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Does not stand alone

This is the middle of a good story, typical of the genre. If you have not read the book before, and do not want to be prepared to have to buy the book after, do not purchase this book. With that in mind, I really am enjoying the story.

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  • debbra
  • GOLDEN, CO, United States
  • 01-27-16

why did mom leave...we need to know.

What made the experience of listening to The Missing the most enjoyable?

Beverly has a great way of writing that draws you in but makes you wait until you want to jump forward 2 chapters but if you do you will miss out...so don't do it!!!!

What did you like best about this story?

the cancer story hit close to home.

Have you listened to any of Rachel Botchan’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Rachel can make you think you are listening to different people, and they are all her.

If you could rename The Missing, what would you call it?

where did momma go

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  • Becky
  • PALL MALL, TENNESSEE, United States
  • 10-30-12

couldn't wait to get back to listening!

Would you listen to The Missing again? Why?

yes love beverly lewis

What did you like best about this story?

very factual can relate to her stories

Which character – as performed by Rachel Botchan – was your favorite?

ended up loving heather

Who was the most memorable character of The Missing and why?

mama stood her ground & went through alot to follow through w/ what she felt was the right thing to do

Any additional comments?

found my self talking out loud in the car as i would anger about the strict rules of the church