Alan Carter has been obsessed by his sister's abduction for 20 years it has consumed him. He returns to the town where he lived to find that children are going missing and he believes it is no coincidence !He is sure they are connected. The Towns council have their secrets and are doing their upmost to keep them so.
As Alan is telling his story , Jeremiah Carter comes in with diary entries about his own lost daughter from 1826.
This horror story is Gruesome, anything with children in turns my stomach, It makes my skin crawl and brings out a maternal protection anger in me , so my blood pressure goes through the roof !
I just need to remember it's a book!
This was a maze of dark and disturbing corners of a world usually unknown to most people.
The Narration was a bit slow to get into the book but once in was excellent, deep,gritty and guttural in parts.The intonation and pace were spot on. Read fantastically by Jake Urry.
I will re-listen to this as I know I will have missed bits and find them 2nd time round.I wil definitely recommend it to my friends who like this Genre.
I listened to this through being given a copy for an honest opinion. I am always on the lookout for Jake Urry Narration.
5 ⭐️ from me for the Author and Narrator