• Inside the Echo

  • Flint K-9 Search & Rescue Mysteries Series, Book 2
  • By: Jen Blood
  • Narrated by: Elise Arsenault
  • Length: 9 hrs and 56 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (304 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

For fans of Nevada Barr, John Connolly, and dogs of all shapes and sizes, a K-9 series with a touch of the supernatural, spine-tingling suspense, and characters who'll stay with you long after the story is done.  

K-9 search and rescue handler Jamie Flint and her team - both human and canine - are called in when a group vanishes during a dogsledding expedition for battered women in the Mahoosuc Mountains of Maine. When it's learned a rogue gunman was involved in the disappearance, authorities look to the abusive partners of the women now lost for answers. 

Meanwhile, a voice from Jamie's past begins to haunt her, echoing the words of the shooter now in pursuit of a target Jamie alone can save. With her K-9 partners Phantom and Casper at her side, Jamie must confront the demons of her own past as her team fights the elements and the clock in order to find the missing women and bring them home.

©2018 Jen Blood (P)2018 Tantor

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struggled to finish

I actually fast forward it half way through. I'm not sure if it is the way this author writes? Or the narration. both are just not my favorite by a long shot. narrator had good voice changes between male and female, but that's it. instead of being able to smoothly go through with the correct feeling of the chapter, she was breathy, almost anxious, it seemed, all they way through. just hard for me to listen to.
is supposed to be a search and rescue team. but I don't think the author has much or any experience in it. the story is hard to follow, and it doesn't move forward very well.

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Good follow up book

I enjoyed this book as much as her first book. I'm a dog person so I like the play she does with the dogs. I enjoy her concern for her son Bear and his crush Carl's daughter. I am looking forward to the next book in the trliogy.

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Inside the Echo

Really enjoyed the story. Love the great storywriting with thrills. Especially love the interaction with the dogs and the other senses that humans possess if they know how to reach them.

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Perfect book for a drinking game!

Listen with friends and drink every time you hear the word regardless. You will all be plastered by the third chapter. Regardless, it is a decent story and worth the listen. The narrator needs to visit the south so she will realize the difference between a drawl and a country hick.

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BOOK TWO WAS AS GOOD AS BOOK ONE FOR SURE!

LOVED THE STORY KEEPS YOUR INTEREST! HOPE SHE KEEPS MAKING MORE AND MORE BOOKS IN THIS SERIES!

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Narrator was irritating and used the wrong accent

The narrator used a southern accent when the characters were not Southerners, it was awful. The characters who were supposed to be good at their job acted like idiots when anything happened. It was impossible to believe anything in the book other than everyone was stupid.

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Great book!

Loved this book! Excellent and keeps you wanting to hear more! Getting ready to get the 3rd book in the series!

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Disappointing

The story was hard to hold my attention, but I stuck with it. I didn’t feel a strong connection between the handlers and the dogs until the end of the story. The main character, Jamie was just blah. I’m not sure what accent the narrator was going for, but it wasn’t good. She didn’t pronounce the “g” on words ending with “ing” and it just sounded silly.

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Great performance

Love the story. Great for today's women. Showing them strong and stick together! Must read!

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Loved it! Didn't want to stop listening to it.

Great story line and was a nice tie in to book one. can't wait to start book 3. the narrator is excellent. makes a huge difference.

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