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The twister that touches down in Bordelaise, Louisiana, not only destroys the calm of a summer Sunday, it pierces the soul of Katie Earle, whose young son Bobby goes missing…and it wasn’t the storm that took him.

Katie’s first thought is that her estranged husband, J.R., saw his chance and grabbed Bobby to spite her. But the reality goes beyond that to truly horrifying, and now her nightmare is only just beginning. The real terror will begin when the tornado’s wreckage is cleared away and the kidnapper can escape with his prize.

The agony of uncertainty grows with every passing hour as Katie and J.R. reunite with a single, desperate purpose: to find their son before he slips from their grasp…forever.

©2010 Sharon Sala (P)2010 Audible, Inc.

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Torn Apart by Sharon Sala

This may in fact be a very enjoyable audio book, however; I was unable to finish listening to it due to the narrator. It is disappointing when this happens. Suggest interested parties listen to the preview before purchasing to avoid a disappointing result.

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Good Story - Bad Narrator

I really enjoyed the story. The narrator's voice is so annoying (especially on the male voices) that it ruined the book.