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Publisher's Summary

Mystery masterminds J. S. Donovan, author of Kidnapped: A Small Town Mystery, Roger Hayden, author of The Abducted, and James Hunt, author of Deadly Webs and Stolen, whose stories have collectively accumulated 400+ five-star reviews, come together in this super box set for the first time! That's four book series totaling 12 novels!

Kidnapped: A Small Town Mystery

Renowned Miami detective Anna Dedrick returns to her rural birthplace with hopes of leaving behind the vices of the big city. That dream shatters when the town's pride - an African-American child prodigy - goes missing. As the only woman equipped for the job, Anna takes the case but soon discovers the town suspecting her estranged brother...and herself.

Deadly Webs

When a child goes missing the amount of resources that authorities use is substantial. Abduction cases are taken very seriously by all of the parties involved. None more so than by Chase Grant, a detective in Seattle's 18th precinct. The clock starts the moment he gets the call from a parent, and the first 12 hours are crucial. Every move counts, and every choice matters. If he missteps, then a child might not come home. But today was different. He got a call about a missing child. And then another, and another, and another....

Stolen: A Small Town Abduction

Trust holds a small town together. When times are tough you know you can lean on your neighbor for help. But when a political movement splits the town of Barta, North Dakota, in half, and a young girl goes missing, the trust is broken. Who took Kaley Hayes?

The Abducted

To solve a high-profile abduction, one former police officer must confront a dark past.

A child's abduction leads to a frightening pattern within a South Florida town where nothing is as it seems. Amidst the vast wetlands, suburban sprawl, and tropical heat, the Lee County police department knows what to expect on any given day. But when a serial child predator stakes his claim in the area, there is no knowing when and where he will strike. The parents of the latest victim are baffled to receive no ransom demands, given their wealth and influence. And the town is in an uproar as the girl marks the fifth child to vanish.

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Exciting all the way through!

it was exciting all the way through! not a minute without something happening. so good I wished a was one of the characters. Miriam made a lot of moves I would have slapped her for but she was a brave cop. Couldn't put it down. A terrific read.

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Miriam is the dumbest detective ever.

I struggled the whole way through, but my stubborn nature and commitment to finish what I start won out. The main character is a law enforcement officer with zero respect for the law. She fails to employ any patience, logic, strategy, or training. It is only by continually getting herself captured that she bumbles her way into finding anyone. If character development and authenticity are important to you, bypass this one.

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  • CJ
  • 01-25-18

Terrible

Would you try another book from the authors and/or the narrators?

Every story in this anthology is basically the same. The female protagonists are poorly written and inconsistent. They do the same dumb things over and over yet in other scenes will appear smart with common sense.

Would you ever listen to anything by the authors again?

No

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Disappointment and frustration

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  • 12-11-17

Mixed bag

The stories are .... all right. I bought this as it was a collection and so good value and I am writing this review whilst reading the final story in the collection. I am forcing myself to finish it as the narrator is so awful. She reads in an over dramatic fashion STRESSING all SORTS of inappropriate WORDS and it is driving me crazy. In my opinion a male narrator would have been better as nearly all the characters including the lead are male. She does a reasonable job of the voices but the rest ... oh dear .....

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