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She’ll never give up on finding her baby. And neither will the sheriff of Whistler.

For five years, Cora Reeves has searched for her baby, who went missing in a fire - a baby she swears is still out there. When the private investigator sniffing out clues ends up dead, Sheriff Jacob Maverick’s on the cold case. As old evidence takes on new meaning, Jacob is desperate to ensure Cora’s safety. Especially once he realizes how far someone is willing to go to keep her from learning the truth behind what really happened that fateful day....

©2020 Rita Herron (P)2020 HarperCollins Publishers

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Very Entertaining!

Mysterious Abduction is the first book in Rita Herron ‘s newest series. I like the way the publisher’s summary sets up this novel. It gives just the gist with out spelling out the entire story.
The protagonist (Cora Reeves) gives birth and has a few moments with her newborn. The infant is then taken to the nursery and Cora falls asleep. She’s woken by the fire alarm and ushered out to the street where she looks for the babies from the nursery. When she finds the bassinet with her daughter’s name on it, she finds it’s empty. Hers is the only one missing. What she doesn’t know is whether the kidnapping was planned or random. Either way she’s determined to find her daughter but after six years she sees her daughter in every little girl.
Steve Campbell does an excellent job narrating.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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Great Read!

Great book! Well written an fantastic characters! Listened straight through! Loved it! Best mix of action an romance!

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  • 03-05-20

Typical book for the genre

what makes this book stand out is the narration...
even when the characters annoyed the ever living hell out of me Steve made me feel their emotions right in my gut which is quite impressive and something that will get anyone to finish this book
great job Steve, this book will owe it's success to you more than anyone with that performance