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Publisher's Summary

A decade ago, the Lullaby Man preyed upon young girls in Tallman's Valley. He stole into their lives, whispered in their ears, spoke of love.

Abby Wakeland was 14 then. Now 24, she's found the courage to tell her mother - Senior Detective Kate Wakeland - about what happened. 

The Lullaby Man was her teacher.

What Abby reveals next will lead Kate down dark, twisting tunnels of discoveries that will blow this small town apart.

©2020 Anni Taylor (P)2020 Podium Audio

Critic Reviews

"Lee's delivery of both the narrative and the dialogue is flawless." (AudioFile magazine)

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  • 01-16-21

Good follow up The Last Child

I enjoyed this story and the narration (just struggled a bit with the ‘Scottish’ accent)

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  • 12-18-20

Can not wait for book three

As the heading says I can't wait for the last instalment. Why is such a small town so sick and evil?