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The Graham Quartet and the Mysterious Strangers

Narrated by: Tim Lundeen
Length: 3 hrs and 35 mins
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In the midst of the cold, snowy woods, the Graham Quartet stumble across a mystery. It could mean danger, but that doesn't stop Elsa, Matt, Tim, and Selena as they try their best to help a stranger who needs them. But what can Siam, Hong Kong, and Vanderbilt have to do with the local furniture factory? And why are so many strangers suddenly appearing and then disappearing in town? Things start moving with the arrival of an elusive figure. Meanwhile, a simple delivery trip may bring more than the Quartet bargained for. Will the four siblings be able to help their friend and their country?

©2014 Rebekah A. Morris (P)2015 Rebekah A. Morris

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Fun and Exciting Mystery

Really enjoyed this little mystery. It reminded me a bit of the Boxcar Children series I loved growing up, although with a bit more danger than most of those books had.

I loved the four Graham siblings, the way they worked together, and the way they looked out for and depended on each other. Their personalities, strengths, and weaknesses were balanced and differentiated very well. The plot kept me on the edge of my seat, partly because I was right there with the characters wondering what exactly was going on. It was certainly interesting, although sometimes a little confusing, to have the characters picking up clues that they can't even put together because they don't know what's happening in the first place.

I'll admit I was a little bewildered at their parents' "don't want to know" attitude; it seemed strange that they'd let the kids do pretty much whatever they wanted without even asking what was going on. Also, the kids seemed a bit overeager at times, especially near the end, and just about got themselves in real trouble. Also, I had a hard time figuring out exactly when the story was supposed to be set, which made it hard to picture the characters and the setting.

Even with those nitpicks though, I did enjoy the story and really loved the characters. Also, the audiobook narrator did a great job of bringing it to life. Looking forward to the next book in the series. :)

Content--people threatened; gunplay; non-detailed mentions of injuries