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The House on Olive Street

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Christina Moore

12 Hours 0 Minutes

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December 2010

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New York Times best-selling author Robyn Carr is beloved for her charming, romantic fiction. In this touching work, four women-all writers-come together after a painful loss. Recently deceased Gabby Marshall leaves behind a letter asking her friends to complete her unfinished manuscript. Taking vacations from their own lives, the ladies settle at Gabby's home and get to work. 'Carr offers a well-written, warm-hearted story and a genuinely fun read.' -Publishers Weekly

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  • Kristen N.

    This book is just ok. A little schmaltzy. The narrator can be annoying. She can’t do mens voices without making them sound like idiots. Men can be idiots, but not all deserve that portrayal off the bat. The book was free, so it was worth it, but don’t pay for it, or use a credit.

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  • Denise W.

    Enjoyable book with a cute story. Narrator was great.

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  • Donna S.

    I really enjoyed this book. We’ll written and wonderful narrator

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  • Patricia White

    great story

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  • Nancy W.

    I absolutely loved this book! The narrator really did a great job with the voices and personalities of each woman. The story was very profound, believable and memorable. I highly recommend it

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  • Kenneth D.

    This was from the VIP list and it was an okay read. It was a little bit like a lifetime television show. Things generally worked out in the end for all of the characters. Narration was adequate for the female voices.

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  • Carrie K.

    I loved this book. The narrator had different voices for each character, all of whom were developed well as the story unfolded. Believable characters and plot. Recommend!

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  • Rebecca C.

    very good listen. this story had many emotions it had action nd adventure it had shocks. it focused on taking views as society sees things and that made it interesting. I recommend this story.

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  • Linda F

    Love Robyn Carr’s stories. I had read this one years ago but it was nice to revisit these ladies. I especially enjoyed this narrator’s vocal acting chops, particularly with Ellie’s deep voice, from years of smoking, Beth’s shy, innocent ways, and Gabby’s southern mama, reminiscent of genteel Atlanta and shades of Miss Scarlet O’Hara in her later years. You could just picture these women by how she spoke! She did a great job with all the characters.

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  • Kay B.

    I selected this book from the free book list given to me as a member. I had never heard of it but enjoyed it so much.

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