Hidden

A Mitchum Story
Narrated by: Wayne Pyle
Series: Mitchum, Book 1
Length: 2 hrs and 4 mins
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Publisher's Summary

"Have you seen my cousin...alive?"

Rejected by the Navy SEALs, Mitchum is content to be his small town's unofficial private eye until his beloved 14-year-old cousin is abducted. Now he'll call on every lethal skill to track her down - but nothing is what it seems.

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Good to listen to

Fantastic plot and ending. I am a fan of James Patterson. I really like his bookshots stories and easy to read. This was my third bookshot that I listen to and I am still liking it.

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A weak Novel

This was not something Patterson spent any time with. I'm surprised no one pulled this.

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starts OK.

wow! each time I read a Patterson and (someone else) what I end up reading is an average to poor effort that I cannot believe Mr Patterson even bothered to read. one would think he has enough money that he could hold out for a quality story/author

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not what I expected from James Patterson

story line was weak and predictable. Very short. I'm betting there will be a sequel. Ugh!

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Boring narrator.

I couldn't finish this book. Wayne Pyle's narration just didn't impress me at all.

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Pretty Good

I like the pace of the story as it was being unfolding. It was a pretty good story.

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A Good Read

This is another good Patterson read. But be alert.....Don't make the same mistake I did. I bought Hidden, Malicious, and The River Murders all on the same day, not knowing Hidden and Malicious are included in The River Murders. You don't need a copy of Hidden or a copy of Malicious if you plan to buy The River Murders.

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Very weak story

I was waiting for the story to continue .......... instead it was the end of the story.

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Didn't like the voice of the narrator

The narration took away from the story. Very dull and monotone. Would like to read the book to see if I like it better.

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  • JP
  • 03-07-17

good for middle schoolers

What would have made Hidden better?

The story needs more plot. It tries to be a classic short story, but misses the mark.

Would you ever listen to anything by James Patterson and James O. Born again?

I have nothing against the authors. This book and this series should be marketed towards teen readers, not adults.