Baby Grand
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(4.3 based on 13 ratings)
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    Baby Grand: (Baby Grand Trilogy Book 1) | Dina Santorelli

    Baby Grand: (Baby Grand Trilogy Book 1)

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs)
    • By Dina Santorelli
    • Narrated By Robert Thomley
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    In Albany, New York, the governor's infant daughter disappears without a trace from her crib at the Executive Mansion. Hours later, newly divorced and down-and-out writer Jamie Carter is abducted from the streets of Manhattan. Jamie is whisked upstate, where she is forced by her captor, Don Bailino, a handsome, charismatic ex-war hero/successful businessman, to care for the kidnapped child in a plot to delay the execution of mobster Gino Cataldi - the sixth man to be put to death in six years by hardliner Governor Phillip Grand.

    Fantastic kidnapping mystery.

    The surprise ending is fantastic. This is a well-written story. It is a nail biter. It makes you care about the characters which keeps you on the e..Show More »

    Reviewed on December 31 2016 by pixledust ()
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    Baby Bailino: Baby Grand Trilogy, Book 2 | Dina Santorelli

    Baby Bailino: Baby Grand Trilogy, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 41 mins)
    • By Dina Santorelli
    • Narrated By Daniel Penz
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    It's been two years since Jamie Carter escaped captivity and saved Charlotte Grand, the infant daughter of New York Governor Phillip Grand, becoming a national hero for foiling the kidnapping plot that incarcerated reputed mobster/entrepreneur Don Bailino - the man who abducted and raped her. As Governor Grand considers his candidacy for US president, Bailino inexplicably escapes from prison, and soon, Jamie's 15-month-old daughter, Faith - Bailino's biological child - disappears.

    Solid storyline. Excellent performance.

    Good drama and story. The details help put you in the middle of the action. The narration is very good, almost like a play with multiple characters. U..Show More »

    Reviewed on October 11 2017 by TVone (Dallas, TX)