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A mysterious chain letter is only the beginning to an inescapable nightmare.

Victoria Owens's life takes a sudden turn after she receives an unexpected chain letter about her upcoming high school reunion. She's quick to dismiss the letter and focus instead on her busy day, amidst a preoccupied husband and eleven year-old-daughter. But the letter is only the beginning of a series of anonymous gifts, each more bizarre than the next, which shed light on a past long forgotten. Suspicious of her newfound admirer, Victoria soon finds herself trapped in a dangerous game of vengeance and betrayal, where her survival hangs in the very balance with every move that she makes.

©2017 DBS PUBLISHING LLC (P)2017 DBS PUBLISHING LLC

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Soooooooo Cliche. Elementary Writing.

Reads as though written by a JR High student. Elementary, at best, writing style. Cliche characters. Dialog is banaI and uninspired. I can barely write this review, as I have lost IQ points from listening to this. No kidding.

I only made it through The Secret Letter, so don't know if the rest of the set is any good.

The poor narration, by Ramona Master, only made this worse. She sounded like a cross between Fargo and a Valley Girl. Very whiny tone.

I truly dislike writing such a negative review, but I dislike more wasting a credit.

This wasn't even a good beach or cleaning-the-house read.

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terrible first narrator

The first narrator is painful to listen to with awkward pauses and an overall uncomfortable cadence. I was hopeful as I started that she wouldn't be farther than the first book, but she handled the entire first set. The following two narrators were ones I had listened to before and enjoyed. They definitely helped in redeeming the set, but the first narrator needed to be mentioned.

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Great mystery

Keeps you interested from the beginning
Also keeps you guessing on the ending.

Great listen

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riveting suspense

I enjoyed all three of these books, they kept me in suspense. the first two I really enjoyed more than the third one. it was good but I really like the first two. the narrators were good.