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Publisher's Summary

One is the loneliest number.

Nine years ago, Katie and Scott Monroe were blessed beyond their wildest dreams with identical triplets, Sammie, Alex, and Jackie. Three beautiful daughters and two adoring parents formed the picture-perfect party of five. But this tight-knit family unravels when the three little girls go to see a movie, but only one emerges from the darkness of the theatre. How could Sammie and Alex vanish without a trace?

Plunged into the abyss of a parent's worst fear, Katie and Scott hang by a thread-waiting, worrying, not knowing, and confronting the terrifying realization that the kidnapping may not have been a random act.

Who took Sammie and Alex? Why? Where are they? When will they be found? And what if they're never found, or not found alive? When Jackie, the remaining triplet, crumbles under the weight of grief and survivor's guilt, Katie and Scott struggle to hold out hope and hold on to what remains of their family.

Until - or unless - Sammie and Alex are found safe, this picture-perfect family can't be put back together again.

©2010 Patricia Gussin (P)2012 Patricia Gussin

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  • andrea
  • Annandale, NJ, United States
  • 05-07-12

I Enjoyed This Book

This was my first time reading a Patricia Gussin novel. It's a good suspense book. It's not your typical kidnapping. It's about identical triplets, and there bond to each other. How one sense's what the other may be going through.Even though there are identical triplets, each one is different from the other. You don't know who kidnapped the girls until 3/4 of the book. I can't say who kidnapped the girls. It will give away the " Who Done It". I would suggest this book.
The narrator did a good job with this novel.

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I think it's the performance that ruins this book. The story is ok. The reader is not good, especially given the fact you find out pretty much right away that half the characters are Afro american. You'd never know. Just not a realistic portrayal.

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Spellbounding

Would you listen to And Then There Was One again? Why?

Yes, this book raises your awareness to issues with child abduction. It was spellbounding from the beginnning

What was one of the most memorable moments of And Then There Was One?

The reunion of the tripletts very emotional.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

No, but emotionally you could put yourself in the character's situation as a parent.

Any additional comments?

It was conflicting that the one person, who was attached to the doctor was not convicted of the crime since he has engaged with the woman involved in the kidnapping.

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