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  1. Janice Felgueira Janice Felgueira says:

    If you want a book with likeable characters a pretty good mystery and just a easy book to curl up with this is it It was a easy read but so enjoyable Sometimes that is want we readers need

  2. Heather Heather says:

    The story was short for a novel and probably could have been shorter the story didn't really start picking up a full head of steam until about 23rds through But it was a uick and enjoyable read I felt a little bit like I was reading a Nancy Drew mystery or expected Scooby Doo and the gang to show upBut that actually wasn't a detraction from it it made it a charming story especially when the story could have been so much darker and meaner The characters were decently fleshed out although the main protagonists perception of the secondary protagonist seems rather inaccurate The way Amanda kept describing Marcie didn't really seem to match up with the things Marcie says or the things she doesThat being said the dialogue worked well it was probably the best part of the book nothing felt particularly forcedThe biggest problem I would say is in editing there were freuent misspellings or words that would have been missed by a spell check because they were technically spelled correctly but were the wrong word for the context of the sentenceI probably wouldn't have paid full price for this as a printed book but for the Kindle Daily Deal price it was well worth the money

  3. Janel Tortorice Janel Tortorice says:

    Definitely a light read More than once I felt like the plot was something that could have been a Scooby Doo episode At least the writing was very good the prose itself I mean

  4. Lori H Lori H says:

    Nancy DrewThis was simply an okay easy reading simple book Very Nancy Drew like It did help me go to sleep though

  5. Sherri Smith Sherri Smith says:

    Very good readI really enjoyed this story although it just felt a little long in spots It was a wonderful story and I recommend you give it a chance

  6. Cecilia G. Flores Cecilia G. Flores says:

    Enjoyable It was an enjoyable book to read It reminded me of the Nancy Drew mysteries I used to read in middle school

  7. Karen Sheldon Karen Sheldon says:

    uick readI really liked this book The fact that it was a uick and good read was even better Good murder mystery in a concise 200 pages

  8. Nora Nora says:

    This was a decent mystery novel It felt Scooby doo or Nancy Drew esue It was a uick easy read

  9. Michelle Michelle says:

    The Crying Girl is a spellbinding mystery set in an old New England town dating back to the early 19th century and is authored by prolific novelist Glen Ebisch; who received his PhD in philosophy from Colombia University He resides in Massachusetts with his wifeAmanda Vickers the editor of the magazine Roaming New England and her associate editor Marcie Ducasse travel to a small town in New Hampshire to investigate the mysterious death of retired Professor Hazel Wilmont for a possible magazine feature article Wilmont a friendformer instructor of Vickers fell to her death in the Shadsborough Inn while checking on a possible paranormal occurrence which a young girl was reportedly heard crying from inside the abandoned boarded up InnThe Inn was owned for two generations by the Phelps family and was origionally built in the early 1800's John Phelps was outraged and angry Professor Wilmont had died while trespassing on his property He didn't have the necessary funds for restoration was disabled with poor health yet firmly refused to sell to developers He warned Amanda and Marcie to stay off his property and other townspeople didn't appreciate the two women outsiders snooping around and asking uestions Both women felt they were being watched A young teenage girl Anne Martin was also missingThe women knew they had a sensational story for the magazine What had happened to Professor Wilmont was the alleged fall an accident or something sinister? What about the story of the crying girl and mysterious disappearance of Anne Martin? As determined as they were to find answers there seemed to be an evil darker force they confronted while breaking into the Inn late at night I enjoyed this mystery read the ending wasn't overdone and could have possibly happened Also love the great book cover art

  10. Dharia Scarab Dharia Scarab says:

    Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say here's the break down of how I rate my books1 star This book was bad so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end I will avoid this author like the plague in the future2 stars This book was not very good and I won't be reading any from the author3 stars This book was ok but I won't go out of my way to read But if I find another book by the author for under a dollar I'd pick it up4 stars I really enjoyed this book and will definitely be on the look out to pick up from the seriesauthor5 stars I loved this book It has earned a permanent home in my collection and I'll be picking up the rest of the series and other books from the author ASAP

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The Crying Girl (Avalon Mystery) ➶ [Read] ➲ The Crying Girl (Avalon Mystery) By Glen Ebisch ➾ – When Hazel Wilmot calls Amanda Vickers her former student and the editor of Roaming New England Magazine with a story idea about a haunted New Hampshire inn Amanda is intrigued but intrigue soon turns When Hazel Wilmot calls Amanda Vickers her former student and the editor of Roaming New England Magazine with a story idea about a haunted New Hampshire inn Amanda is intrigued The Crying PDF or but intrigue soon turns to shock Before Amanda can travel to New Hampshire in time Hazel dies suspiciously in a fall while exploring the abandoned inn Amanda uickly decides to investigate her death Was it accidental or due to something sinister Accompanied by Marcie Ducasse her young associate editor Amanda travels to Shadsborough New Hampshire a uaint New England town hidden away in the White Mountains Though its view of the mountains is picturesue Shadsborough is a small town gripped by fear And it seems to be catching as Marcie and Amanda discover that neither Hazel's death nor the stories of the ghostly crying girl at the inn are exactly what they seem.

  • Hardcover
  • 184 pages
  • The Crying Girl (Avalon Mystery)
  • Glen Ebisch
  • English
  • 06 November 2014
  • 9780803498297

About the Author: Glen Ebisch

Glen Albert Ebisch lives with his wife in western Massachusetts His interests include philosophy yoga and reading mysteries.