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Summary

When Louise Vaughn disappears on her way home from choir practice in the village of Feringham, her parents and their dear friend Norah are devastated. No trace of her is ever found. But, 12 years later, Detective Marsh rekindles the investigation and discovers that the family, including a spiteful and violent adopted brother, have something to hide.
©1990 Margaret Yorke (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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"A well-done psychological study. David Collins has a fine and pleasant voice. He creates a personality for each character and, whether anxious, stern, or kindly, keeps them all right on the money. This adds greatly to the enjoyment of listening." (AudioFile)

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Not a thriller!

I have never written a review before and this is the first time I have ever felt moved to.
This book may be a well-done psychological study but it is not a thriller. In fact, it is the second most boring book I have ever listened to. It hardly even rates a place under 'Crime' and it is so dated, it shouldn't be in the 'modern' section either.
Would-be purchasers, be warned, go elsewhere for a good story, this is certainly not it.

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