Behind the Mic: On The Sea of Lost Girls by Carol Goodman, Read by Natalie Naudus
Jo Reed and Michele Cobb Discover the Dangers Lurking in a Small Town on the Coast of Maine
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Natalie Naudus keeps listeners on the edge of our seats with her luscious voice and her clearly delineated characters. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Michele Cobb discuss the many dangers of small towns on the coast of Maine found in fictional worlds. Tess Henshaw is a teacher at the elite boarding school where she was once a student. When a teen is discovered dead on the seaside cliffs, Tess’s carefully constructed life begins to crack. This novel weaves setting, history, and a mythical connection to unsolved disappearances into a compelling audiobook.
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