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By Lexi MacGregor on 02-04-18
I've heard all of these before
Not very well written, a bit boring and monotone. my advice is to try another book that's been better researched unless you haven't heard of many missing persons cases before.
By happyjo on 18-12-17
Where did they go?
This book has short stories that get you to thinking about the different possibilities about missing persons cases. I especially liked that the author warned the reader about being too trusting of other people.
By Julie on 03-11-17
This is quite a short audiobook divided into small sections on several missing persons cases that have never been solved. My 3 favorites were probably the missing lighthouse keepers, the Sodder kids who came up missing at Christmas , and the Springfield Three.
By Admiralu on 27-02-17
Lesser Known Eerie Disappearances
This was a great book about lesser known missing persons stories. This book has an audiobook version, so I would up listening to it. The stories were eerie and creepy with great research. A number of theories were presented on some since, in those cases, the very people you expected to help didn't. I won't spoil the surprises, but these tales will definitely linger. I do appreciate that the author has audiobook versions of his books, as they enhance the tales. A spooky short read that is enjoyable. Narration was good, not great.
By Kindle CustomerRvnwlf on 25-01-17
Nothing outstandingly unusual here...mysterious disappearances of the ubiquitous kind...always happening and maybe always will...no new revelations here as to this aspect of our everyday reality.