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Publisher's Summary

Less than a decade ago, Daniel Ward embarked on a journey to a desolate part of Washington, where he intended to assist his grandfather following an injury. From the get-go, the mysteries began to manifest. What was it that Dan's grandfather seemed so hesitant to talk about? Was Dan in danger?

Mountain Town Mystery is book number one in this thrilling series, co-written by Tom Lyons.

©2019 Tom Lyons (P)2020 Tom Lyons

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Stops mid (or pre-mid) plot

The story is a good start to a story. It has a good opening and keeps you interested then abruptly ends without fully developing the story or coming to any resolution. A boy goes to his grandfather's house, heard some noises, meets a girl. The end. And I mean literally he meets a girl. Doesn't get to know her, make friends...he meets her and it ends. The noises he hears - nothing comes of them, nothing escalates. He does ponder what they could be but that's the extent. I enjoyed listening but was really disappointed the way it ended. Like when someone stops talking in mid sentence. Not worth spending a whole credit on. There are other books in the series and I'd like to read them and see if together they make a complete plot but I really don't want to have to spend a bunch of credits to get a single story. On the upside the purchase price (not using credits) is pretty cheap so I'd go that route if you really want to listen.

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Great story

Enjoyed the story and characters! Keep them coming, but wish the whole story was in one book.