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In The Pact, a gripping Kate Burkholder short mystery from New York Times best-selling author Linda Castillo, a terrifying disappearance in Amish country reveals the power of friendship.

Three days before Thanksgiving, two boys disappear without a trace. Eleven-year-old Aaron Kuhns is Amish. Kevin Dennison is 12 and "English". They're adventurers, explorers, and inseparable best friends. When they don't return home from what was supposed to be a fun afternoon of fishing, Chief of Police Kate Burkholder must find the missing boys before the first winter storm of the season bears down on Painters Mill.

A Macmillan Audio production from Minotaur Books

©2020 Linda Castillo (P)2020 Macmillan Audio

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no one dies!

Enjoyed this book. Suspense without murder - a nice twist! I would have liked to see more punishment to the old man though.

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Book excellent as usual .

Narrator needs an English lesson: if you are "winding" your way around something, it is pronounced as in winding a watch, not as in blowing wind. I have written this comment repeatedly - I hope someone knows narrator or directs them to this comment. Unbelievable the number of narrators that either are never taught this difference in grade school. 5 stars otherwise.