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Publisher's Summary

The true story of a teenage killer and the silence of a small New England town.

For 20 years Daniel Paquette's murder in New Hampshire went unsolved. It remained a secret between two high school friends until Eric Windhurst's arrest in 2005. What was revealed was a crime born of adolescent passion between Eric and Daniel's stepdaughter, Melanie - redefining the meaning of loyalty, justice, and revenge.

©2010 Kevin Flynn, Rebecca Lavoie (P)2021 Vibrance Press

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  • 2021-02-07

Excellent

Great story and narration. Never got boring. Narrator was pleasant to listen to. Remeber this from Unsolved Mysteries .

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  • Randy Owens
  • 2021-03-28

Five Honest Stars

Great story as well as an enchanting storytelling from the narrator

A great follow up to the episode from Unsolved Mysteries.

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  • Hailey Daugherty
  • 2021-03-24

pretty good

The narration was really good. Sometimes the narrators on audible get a little cringey with how they voice the characters, but this one was solid. The story is good, though it did feel at times like they had changed the order of the chapters in editing and not for the better.

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  • 2021-03-07

Good but...

Really good but but there a lot of people to keep track of. If you listen to a little daily or "binge listen" you should be fine but if you decide to take long breaks between listening you may lose track of the characters and their importance.