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Publisher's Summary

Some secrets kill.

Mystery mastermind James Hunt, author of Stolen, and Death Notes, which have collectively accumulated 200+ five-star reviews, come together in this super box set for the first time! That's two complete audiobook series comprised of six audiobooks.

Stolen

Trust holds a small town together. When times are tough, you know you can lean on your neighbor for help. But when a political movement splits the town of Barta, North Dakota in half, and a young girl goes missing, the trust is broken. Who took Kaley Hayes?

Death Notes

The body count in Baltimore is rising, and the weight of those lives rest on Homicide Detective Adila Cooper's shoulders. It's only a matter of time before the killer strikes again, and the sands of the hour glass have already started sifting away.

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James kind a want to be Stephen King.

I found this book set to be weak Wannabe Stephen King novels. In my opinion the Author did not do his due diligence in researching for these books. He has a very weak understanding of all police work is done. And have the police come to the conclusion of whether not to press charges.

I found the narrator to be very boring and lacking arrange to make the characters in the book come alive. Which might’ve have made store better if they had a different narrator. But if you let creative license take a hold then it’s a decent story or someone in a freshman college English course.

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I didn’t care for the way the first story is it I really enjoyed the last story with the police to text

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