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Saturday, May 10, 2014

"The Mysterious Disappearance of Kurt Kramer" Soon in Audio!

The Mysterious Disappearance  of Kurt Kramer, my paranormal romance about a 16 year old boy who disappears under strange circumstances during a family vacation in the Caribbean, will shortly be released as an audiobook on Audible.com, Amazon, and iTunes. I'm lucky enough to have Sue Sharp, who did an expert job narrating the Lust, Money & Murder series, narrating this book. We should be uploading the polished files to Audible in the next couple of days, so the audiobook will be available for downloading on the forementioned sites in about a week's time (May 10th-15th).



Sue Sharp, Narrator
Synposis:  17 year old Rachel is crazy about Kurt, but she's not sure the feelings are mutual. When his parents invite her and his best friend on a family vacation in Aruba, they encounter a strange object on the beach. Kurt disappears. He begins communicating in bizarre ways that shake his family to the core. Rachel realizes that he's stuck between worlds...and she's the only one who can bring him back.

Review by Rae Smith, Book Reviewer (ebook version)

*Possible Spoilers Ahead* Kurt Kramer is good looking, athletic, smart and off to MIT a year early. Though technically not his girlfriend, Rachel, was ambivalent about their being separated. Now she realizes she may never see him again. Rachel is a thinker. She hears as well as listens as she observes what is going on around her. At his father's request two trusted fellow scientists try to assist them in retrieving Kurt from the unknown. Kurt is the main priority for one of them, but the other has a hidden agenda. Throw in a couple of nosy island cops, Kurt's guilt ridden and jealous younger brother and his alcohol dependent mother and Rachel has her hands full trying to keep the peace. Especially, when all she really wants is Kurt back. But, does Kurt even want to return? Mike Wells' followup book is an amazing blend of human frailties, including the ever present man's inhumanity to man. He shows us how taking our family members for granted can lead to addictions and co-dependency. He also shows us that even in these modern times there is a possibility that mutual young love can last a life time. 

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