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Vegas Lies

"Lies" Mystery Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Greg Hernandez
Length: 5 hrs and 23 mins
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Five teenage girls from a small town in Oregon disappear without a trace.

Were they kidnapped, or have the five friends perpetrated a massive hoax? Nine hundred miles away, in Las Vegas, a woman with a dark secret vanishes on her way to meet friends for dinner.

Those friends are Del Honeycutt and best-selling mystery author Sabrina Spencer in Las Vegas for a book convention. As Del and Sabrina investigate their friend's disappearance, they are convinced that she has been abducted, and they begin to uncover the secrets that might have triggered her abduction - secrets that now put Del and Sabrina's lives in jeopardy.

When clues indicate that the five missing girls might also be in Las Vegas, the situation takes a new turn, directly into the unthinkable.

Once again, Del and Sabrina find themselves in deep trouble and marked for death, and they only have a few hours to solve the case, or their friend and the five young girls will be gone forever.

©2017 Andrew Cunningham (P)2019 Andrew Cunningham

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Loved it

The author did a really good job writing this book. A story about the abduction and selling of young girls was handled with compassion, not allowing the book to get really ugly. I've always enjoyed a book with strong female roles and this one had them in spades.

There narrator did an amazing job reading.
I look forward to more from the author and narrator

I was provided a free copy of this audible at my request. I'm thrilled to be able to provide my honest review.

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Slow start but quickly picked up speed!

Glad I kept listening to this one, I listened to the first five or 10 mins and quickly lost interest so I paused it and moved to a different book. Eventually I came back to this one wanting to give it another go (I hate leaving books unfinished). Glad I did! It picked up the pace and I was hooked! It didn't slow down for a second and I couldn't stop listening, I needed to know what was next! Well written and I enjoyed the narrator.

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Vegas Lies

Vegas Lies is the third installment from Andrew Cunningham’s Lies Mystery Thriller series. I have had the pleasure of listening to the audio versions of the first two books of this series and enjoyed them. This one does not disappoint. I believe this one is my favorite of the series so far. Del and Sabrina gets caught up into yet another mystery and led them on quite an adventure.
Greg Hernandez did a great job narrating Vegas Lies. He has great way of making the reader feel as though they are right there within the story.
Vegas Lies is getting a five plus stars from me. I look forward to reading more from the Lies Mystery Thriller series in the near future. I highly recommend it.
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A Good Read

Vegas Lies. .
An easy and entertaining listen. Storyline is interesting and keeps you turning pages.
Characters are a little unbelievable but hey it is fiction.
Narration is clear and concise. The narrator certainly adds to the listening experience.
I can wholeheartedly recommend this audiobook to anyone who likes mysteries thrillers.
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  • Norma Miles
  • 11-06-19

Sheesh, Mr. No Name, that's me.

In Las Vegas for a book convention, Del and his best selling author girl friend, Sabrina, become concerned when their dinner date friend doesn't arrive. When her partner, Mo, flies in to join them, it becomes obvious that Pricilla's ex husband had abducted her: there was a lot of bad feeling there and the man had been thought to have died years before. The three friends had to find her. At the same time, five teenage girls had gone missing from small town Vista, in Oregon, vanishing without trace.

This book is simply written with fairly brief sentences. There is little depth of characterisation although all of the characters come over as fairly stupid, with the exception of one of the girls. In the two woman one man team of Del, Sabrina and Mo, it is refreshing that it is the female duo with the physical fighting attributes, the male being the less than aggressive partner ( though no brighter intellectually, sadly). The very incompetence of all of the protagonists makes the story almost plausible but is rather irritating. The narration by Greg Hernandez perfectly mirrors the entire tale, well read but subdued emotional imput: it has the feel of an old detective series in which 'only the names have been changed to protect the innocent'.

I was fortunate in being freely gifted with a complimentary copy of Vegas Lies by the rights holder, at my request. Thank you. It was a quick and easy read, despite the switching between first person present to third person, and not many protagonists to remember. This is the third in a series but completely stand alone - this is the first that I have read - and I doubt I will read any others. It was fine but just rather bland despite the horrifying subject matter, so suitable for even an easily disturbed consciousness.