• Finding Claire Fletcher

  • By: Lisa Regan
  • Narrated by: Amy Landon
  • Length: 11 hrs and 52 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (551 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Newly divorced and with his career in jeopardy, Detective Connor Parks takes solace in the arms of a beautiful woman he meets at a bar. The next morning, Claire Fletcher is gone, leaving nothing behind but an address and a decade-old mystery. The address leads to the Fletcher family home, where Claire's siblings inform Connor that their 15-year-old sister was abducted from a city street 10 years ago and is presumed dead.

During those 10 years, Claire endured the cruel torture and depravity of the man who abducted her. Paralyzed by fear and too ashamed to return to her family, Claire is resigned to her life as Lynn, the identity her abductor forced upon her. Every time she attempts escape or betrays him in the smallest way, someone dies. Even now, her clandestine run-in with Connor Parks may have put his life at risk as well as the lives of her family.

Connor is convinced not only that Claire Fletcher is alive but that she is also the woman he met at the bar. He is determined to find her and unravel the mystery of her abduction and odd reemergence. But finding Claire Fletcher proves more dangerous than he anticipates. In fact it may be deadly.

©2012 Lisa Regan (P)2015 Tantor

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It was just ok.

I was not impressed with the narrator. Her "male voices" were very annoying. The story was pretty contrived, as well. It wasn't bad enough to stop listening, but it wasn't a book that I was excited to get back to. I was happy when it was over.

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Forced myself to finish

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

I really am not sure who would enjoy this book.

Has Finding Claire Fletcher turned you off from other books in this genre?

No, but it has made me very suspicious of some of the ratings.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

The narrator wasn't awful but she really didn't do men's voices well and it made her delivery very annoying.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Total disbelief in the storyline.

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Oh Heavens.... The male voices!!

I struggle to understand how someone on the production crew of this audio recording could have listened to Amy Landon's male voice attempts and thought, "that's good enough to record and release." ..... The male voices were not good. It was distracting and annoying to listen to them and almost made me stop listening. Story was fine..... quick and easy beach or vacation read. But.... oh my..... Amy Landon's male voice attempts..... pls... make it stop!

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Absolutely Horrible

I don't think I made it past chapter 2. I realized wasn't for me. I lot track of the number of time the F-word was used. It served no purpose and was distracting from the story. There was a bedroom scene. Geez, realized I really didn't like either of the characters. Was a waste. I usually like Lisa Regan books but this one was absolutely horrible. I would give it zero stars if I could.

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great book as usual by Lisa. Narration AWFUL!

All of these books are great. The narration was so bad I finished reading it. I couldn't bear to hear the third grader reading in a tin can!

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Don't Let The Slow Start Fool You

As noted in my headline, do not let the slow start to this book fool you. I almost returned it for a refund BUT I am glad I didn't. This is a nerve racking thriller. You can't help but cheer, moan or slap your forehead when the plot changes. Well worth the listen and/or read!

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Passable

This kind of reminded me of “Room” by Emma Donahue and some of Karin Slaughter’s novels (where one of the former victims becomes a consultant to the detective). The trajectory was interesting, especially because the story doesn’t end when the main conflict appears to be solved.

Its downfall is in some redundancy the protagonist produces during her many MANY many reflections. Granted, it is part of trauma, but it gets exhausting to go over the pain repeatedly.

Also; this is another story that is ostensibly about a male rapist/pedo offender, but the blame is extended to include a powerful female character (who lets it happen?).

File Under: Tell Me About Your Mother, Mr. Criminal

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Captivating

I loved the book. The book caught my attention right off, had a hard time running it off. It is sad that things like this really do happen. The ending caught me off guard and was a surprise.
Look forward to another book by Lisa Regan.

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To detailed of the torture.

The author has to much details of the torture that does not improve the story and is just for shock value. I do like the twists of the story.

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Good story, lots of details.

I liked the story, maybe too many details. Not a super fan of the narrator, but I kept listening to finish the story. Hope the story continues.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 08-09-17

Brilliant

Best book Iv ever read , gripping from start to end . Couldn't stop listening to it .

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  • JillyB
  • 07-24-21

Too formulaic

Like Lisa Regan’s novels so thought I’d try this. Was no cliche left unturned? I always feel bad about leaving bad reviews, but this was soooo disappointing. I knew where it was going after the first chapter. 😣

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  • Fee
  • 09-15-20

5 1/2*

Very entertaining for such a horrid topic.

The characters were well drawn and developed nicely, I enjoy books more when there are characters I care about.

The narrator was also very good. Just starting the second book.