The "New York Times" bestselling author of "Black Creek Crossing" returns with his latest tour de force, involving the search for a group of missing people from various walks of life--all of them entangled in the web of an obsessive madman. Unabridged. 9 CDs.
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by Larry Bond
by John Burdett
by John Sandford
by John Hart
"John Saul offers an accurate definition of the perfect nightmare: the kidnapping of a teenaged girl by a highly disturbed man, right out of her own house. It's a nightmare for her parents, who feel responsible, as any parents would, and a nightmare for her because a creepier kidnapper would be difficult to imagine. This is not a title for the faint-hearted; it hits too close to home, and current headlines prove that Saul's story is not farfetched. Susie Breck and Dick Hill narrate in tag-team fashion, both shining for separate reasons--Breck for her portrayal of both the girl and the girl's mother and Hill for the kidnapper, whose distorted view of reality is horrifying in its plausibility. S.D.D. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"
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