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Sara Mason joins in searching for Huxley's MIA brother's remains in the Vietnam jungle. She is joined by her friend Esmerelda.

Later in Hawaii, Sara learns that a six-year-old neighborhood girl had gone missing 10 years earlier. Something odd is going on at the nearby forest cliffs; someone wants this cold case to stay cold.

But even after attempts are made on Sara's life, she pushes on with the investigation and pursues the leads that take her on a path of danger. Can she solve the mystery of the Howling Cliffs?

©2017 Mary Deal (P)2020 Mary Deal

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  • nycfoodie
  • 31-12-2020

Fun read! Great reader!!

Great listen!! This book keeps you engaged with its vivid language and interesting plot. The reader truly enhances the listening experience. It’s such a joy when a reader with an expressive voice is able to flawlessly switch accents and stay true to assorted characters. I have listened to many audible books and find that this is a rare

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  • Ashton
  • 17-12-2020

Love crime stories!

I was very engaged the whole way through, I love mysteries! Narration was excellent/enthusiastic and kept me engaged. I think the story was a little long, but overall, I really enjoyed feeling like I part of the tropical mystery.

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  • Rego
  • 27-11-2020

I’ve discovered a new narrator!

I totally enjoyed Eileen Smith’s narration. Her careful attention to pronunciation of Hawaiian names, placed , words was impressive. Her switch from female to make voices was readily apparent without being overly dramatic. The story was interesting but overly long. It could use some editing. It was at times repetitious and there was way to much attention to description of flora and fauna. Overall, though the story captured my interest.

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  • TitanFanDeb
  • 24-11-2020

Wonderful story

This novel had very involved plot lines and great descriptive language. Kept me on the edge of my seat. Great job by the narrator with probably unfamiliar names and places. I’m going to search out book 1 immediately.

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