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Detective Morgan Reynolds thought her nightmare was over when serial killer Gerald "The Slasher" Tate was sent to prison for her husband's murder. But she was wrong. The Slasher has escaped and he's making it even more personal this time. Tate has kidnapped her son and is giving her 72 hours to find the answers he wants, or Jared dies.

©2009 Anne Patrick (P)2014 Anne Patrick

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Absolutely beautiful !!

Thank you for the beautiful story, it is so lovely to read/hear the type of book I love (suspense/crime) AND to so eloquently put the gospel into it that anyone can identify with a mother's love, which I think is the closest example of God's Love for us - whether we accepted Him yet or not! May God bless you with many more lovely stories. The narrator-ship was very well done too!

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Not engaged

This book lost me when her son gets kidnapped and the same night she's able to eat pizza and go to sleep. Followed by lobster dinners and a new relationship all why her son is missing?

I actually found myself fast forwarding this book, not engaged.

The narrator doesn't help, with her monotone voice which seems to drone on.

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Love Anne Patrick - Terrible narrator

Such a great story but ruined by narrator. It was painful to just finish the book! Go back to using Leonor A Woodworth - she's fabulous.

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Good book. Narration...not so good.

What made the experience of listening to Journey to Redemption the most enjoyable?

The story was terrific.

What did you like best about this story?

I liked the mystery and suspense.<br/>

What didn’t you like about Willow J. Scott’s performance?

She sounded like a college student who ended every sentence with a question mark. There wasn't believable character differences.

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Another winning story by Anne Patrick

loved the story, but the narrator was so o o o mono - toned it drives me nuts.

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I didn't think Ms Patrick could write a bad story.

I was wrong. plus this was the most sophomoric narration I've ever had the agany of listening to. Sorry, I'm just saying.