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Growing Up in Treasure Cove

By: Meredith Potts
Narrated by: Stephanie Quinn
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Publisher's Summary

Treasure Cove is a crazy place to grow up. Especially for an 11-year-old girl like me. You see, my father is a police detective. And my mother is an amateur sleuth. It's safe to say that I've had a wild upbringing.And things are about to get even weirder. You won't believe what happens next.

Buy this short story to find out!

©2020 Meredith Potts (P)2020 Meredith Potts
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This was so cute!

This was so cute! I’ve listened to this whole series, so I’ve seen and heard the story happening from the perspective of the two main characters (the parents). However, this tells the story from the perspective of the child and how she sees things. It was adorable and interesting and so much fun to listen to!

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  • 03-09-21

A Good Clean Cozy Mystery

I love the clean, cozy mysteries that Meredith Potts write. The storyline is well developed with believable and interesting characters. You have Jessica Carlson, the 11 yeat old daughter of Sabrina and David Carlson. You have an ongoing investigation so her grandparents take her to the lake for her safety. She eavesdrop and now is worried about her parents. You have to read to get the rest of the story. This book is great for Adults and they can read them to the family. Or Jr High school students would love these. I recommend this story.

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Growing up in Treasure Cove

I really enjoyed seeing a behind the scenes view from Jessica during one of the murders. It helps put you in the right mind frame when Sabrina sends her to the cabin to be safe while she and David are solving a murder.

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cozy-mystery, middle-grades*****

Excellent intro to audible mysteries for middle grades! Jessica tells the story of how she got pulled out of school to go with grandparents to the lake cabin while her parents work on a murder investigation when she really wanted to help sleuth. It was hard for her to eavesdrop and worried about them and she learned a lot about growing up.

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Very Cute Story

I love how story is in the perception of a child of Sabrina and David

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A well-written story from a very good author

Growing up in Treasure Cove, my forty-seventh short read from author Meredith Potts, A cute, well-written & enjoyable clean cozy mystery told from the viewpoint of 11-year Jessica Carlson, the daughter of Sabrina & David Carlson of all the Treasure Cove books. I was been given an Audible copy of this book & am voluntarily reading & reviewing it. As in so many of her audiobooks, Stephanie Quinn’s talented narration adds to the book's enjoyment. Looks to be an enjoyable new series. (RIP Marley January 20, 2014 - July 24, 2018).

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Treasure Cove

Having listened to all the books from Sabrina's point of view, from the time she met and fell in love with David until their retirement, this is a refreshing look from their 11 year old daughter's view. Jessica is a strong minded girl, and understands the danger her parents are in each time a murder is committed. And each time she is whisked away to their cabin with her grandparents. Do they not think she knows the possible outcomes? And she wants to be home because she loves the idea of being a detective! This is a fun perspective to hear, and lets us in on the mind of Jess early on. Stephanie Quinn continues her narration of the story, and keeps the story flowing.

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A Look at the Beginning

This is the story of Jess, and how she realizes how hard her parents work and how scary chasing down criminals can be. She's sent away with her grandparents during a particularly scary investigation her parents are on and by snooping (big surprise) she learns how worrisome it is for the adults. She grows up a little once she realizes investigations involve scary stuff and aren't just no big deal.
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Overall I really enjoyed this book!

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Mystery

I love Meredith Poet's stories and I look forward to listening to all her stories. She makes all of her stories come alive and this one is no exception! Never,ever disappointed ! You will think these people are real and when you finish they will be your family!

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Growing Up in Treasure Cove is a cute premise, but is missing the details of the actual mystery. This short story is based on the thoughts and feelings of the detectives’ 11 y/o daughter. Maybe if it had view point of the parents in addition to the child it would be more interesting. The narrator gives a wonderful performance of the child and perhaps needs to not try to make the male voice so deep for it to be more believable.

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  • 11-04-20

Growing up in Treasure Cove

I really enjoyed seeing a behind the scenes view from Jessica during one of the murders. It helps put you in the right mind frame when Sabrina sends her to the cabin to be safe while she and David are solving a murder.

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  • Kim Norton
  • 06-10-20

Entertaining short story

An entertaining short story giving a different perspective on characters in the Treasure Cove Series. Well read and well written.

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  • Hazel (Scotland)
  • 06-03-20

Easy to listen

I received this audio book free for an honest review.

I enjoyed this short story told from an 11 year old point of view. But it feels like a lot goes on away from her storyline that we miss.

But be warned, the last ten minutes or so are advertising for other books in the series and other similar books.

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  • Helen
  • 05-15-20

amazing book

loved this audio book very much from start to finish great story line too amazing
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.