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From the world's number one best-selling writer - three pulse-pounding novels in one book!

The Moores Are Missing: The Moore family just vanished from their home without telling a soul. A last-minute vacation? A kidnapping? A run for their lives? You'll never see the truth coming.

The Housewife with Sam Hawken: Maggie Denning is a former chief detective adjusting to a quiet life in the suburbs with her family. But when the woman next door is found brutally murdered, Maggie starts investigating - and everyone's a suspect. Even her own husband.

Absolute Zero with Ed Chatterton: They slaughtered his friends and framed him for murder. Now, Special Forces vet Cody Thurston is a fugitive who will stop at nothing to complete one last mission: revenge.

©2017 James Patterson (P)2017 Hachette Audio

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boring

i didnt like the accents so i didnt finish story 3 i thought the frist 2 stories would tie into each other i had to replay the last 5 min of it to u understand the ending

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The Moores are missing

What did you like best about The Moores Are Missing? What did you like least?

It is a 3 short story. Not the typical Patterson that I like to listen to.

Was The Moores Are Missing worth the listening time?

I was able to listen to the entire audiobbook although I did not enjoy it.

9 of 9 people found this review helpful

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This is the last "James Patterson" book I will waste my time on

James Patterson is one of those authors that I've read so much of that I will automatically buy any of his new releases. Ive been increasingly disappointed in the past few years, but this collection was by far the worst. I can only imagine his collaborators actually write the horrible drivel passing as "literature" and for some reason he is willing to put his name on it.

Plot lines are simple, unoriginal, and poorly developed. Stereotypical characters do the obvious yet unbelievable actions you'd expect from any junk mystery novel.

Don't waste your time and money, or else have a lobotomy before listening!

21 of 23 people found this review helpful

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Don't bother

These stories are terrible. I used to love Patterson so this was a huge let down. So predictable and bland. Not worth the time

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Three tales of differing genre and quality

The Moores Are Missing should be missed. It is all resolved too quickly and easily. The reason they are missing isn't even interesting. Skip that one.

The Housewife is more interesting with mild porn, but still predictable. There are a couple minor surprises but not great ones. It will make you sad.

Absolute Zero is totally out of the Patterson genre. It's a Special Forces, Ranger, Delta, Spetsnaz, Seal bloody narco-sex-gun-trafficking sort of story. I liked this one the best.

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The story MAY have been good...

...but the tedious narration was too distracting! I have read many of his books and enjoyed them-just don't get the narration and you'll be fine. Will update the review when I read the physical book.

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Three very interesting thrillers!

These authors are truly gifted. The plots were captivating and twisting. Thanks for all the time it took to create these stories.

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Book pretty good

Book pretty good except for the language. I am not a big fan of foul language and the last book is full of it!!!

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Second story kicks butt

The first story was good but the second story was great. Thunder from down under Cody Thurston.

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Do NOT like those short stories...

...when I think I'm getting a full novel. Those short stories always leave me feeling cheated of a true story line