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In a family like that, you won’t need enemies. In the waning days of the Catskills hotel era, Stanley and Rachel Roth, the owners of The Cuttman Hotel, were practically dynasty—third generation proprietors of a sprawling resort with a grand reputation. The glamorous and gregarious matriarch, Rachel. The cunning and successful businessman, Stan. Four beautiful children. A pe In a family like that, you won’t need enemies. In the waning days of the Catskills hotel era, Stanley and Rachel Roth, the owners of The Cuttman Hotel, were practically dynasty—third generation proprietors of a sprawling resort with a grand reputation. The glamorous and gregarious matriarch, Rachel. The cunning and successful businessman, Stan. Four beautiful children. A perfect family deserving of respect and loyalty. Or so it seemed. Fast forward forty years. The Roths have lost their clout. When skeletal remains are found on the side of the road, the disappearance of Trudy Solomon, a coffee shop waitress at the Cuttman in 1978, is reopened. Each member of the Roth family holds a clue to the case, but getting them to admit what they know will force Detective Susan Ford to face a family she’d hoped never to see again.


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In a family like that, you won’t need enemies. In the waning days of the Catskills hotel era, Stanley and Rachel Roth, the owners of The Cuttman Hotel, were practically dynasty—third generation proprietors of a sprawling resort with a grand reputation. The glamorous and gregarious matriarch, Rachel. The cunning and successful businessman, Stan. Four beautiful children. A pe In a family like that, you won’t need enemies. In the waning days of the Catskills hotel era, Stanley and Rachel Roth, the owners of The Cuttman Hotel, were practically dynasty—third generation proprietors of a sprawling resort with a grand reputation. The glamorous and gregarious matriarch, Rachel. The cunning and successful businessman, Stan. Four beautiful children. A perfect family deserving of respect and loyalty. Or so it seemed. Fast forward forty years. The Roths have lost their clout. When skeletal remains are found on the side of the road, the disappearance of Trudy Solomon, a coffee shop waitress at the Cuttman in 1978, is reopened. Each member of the Roth family holds a clue to the case, but getting them to admit what they know will force Detective Susan Ford to face a family she’d hoped never to see again.

30 review for The Disappearance of Trudy Solomon

  1. 4 out of 5

    Helen Power

    The Disappearance of Trudy Solomon follows the daughter of a cop as she tries to crack a forty-year-old cold case that everyone thinks has already been solved. In 1978, Detective Susan Ford’s father investigated the disappearance of Trudy Solomon. In present day, the woman has finally been found. Trudy Solomon is safe and living in a retirement home. But she has severe dementia. She's unable to share with the world where she’s been for almost half a century. The main point of view c The Disappearance of Trudy Solomon follows the daughter of a cop as she tries to crack a forty-year-old cold case that everyone thinks has already been solved. In 1978, Detective Susan Ford’s father investigated the disappearance of Trudy Solomon. In present day, the woman has finally been found. Trudy Solomon is safe and living in a retirement home. But she has severe dementia. She's unable to share with the world where she’s been for almost half a century. The main point of view comes from Susan as she investigates Trudy’s disappearance alongside her father, who is retired, but compelled to solve this one last case. We also get the occasional point of view scene from Trudy herself. These scenes are present day, but because of Trudy’s dementia, time for her is not quite so linear. Her POV snippets give the reader hints at what really happened, the nature of her relationships forty years ago, and where she went, all through the lens of a woman who doesn’t know who she is anymore. These excerpts are quite fascinating and add another dimension to the book. Susan is a compelling protagonist. She was barely a teenager when Trudy first went missing, and her memories have been dulled by the passage of time. Susan has a wry sense of humour, which shines through in her observations of the world and the people in it. There’s one point where she compares the vagueness of a suspect’s answers to shaking a magic eight ball. “Reply hazy, try again.” She has a nice, grounding relationship with a fellow cop who she lives with, and those scenes add a sweet, almost “cozy” element to this mystery. This novel is rich in detail, with plenty of in-depth backstory for characters and three-dimensional descriptions of setting. While this did slow down the plot, it felt like I was burrowing between the pages of the book (figuratively speaking, my advanced reader copy was electronic). The mystery itself is quite complex and is very heavy in police procedure. The investigation takes Susan and her father in some interesting and unpredictable directions. This forty-year-old cold case is far from simple. All in all, this is an intriguing story for lovers of mysteries with intricate detail and immersive language. *Thank you to the publisher, Edelweiss, and the author for the ebook to review* This review appeared first on https://powerlibrarian.wordpress.com/ Instagram | Blog | Website | Twitter My 2021 Reading Challenge

  2. 4 out of 5

    MicheleReader

    In 1978, Trudy Solomon disappeared. The unsolved case became the obsession of now ex-Detective William Ford of the city of Monticello, New York Police Department. In present day, his daughter, Detective Susan Ford is now on the case. When skeletal remains of a gunshot victim are discovered, the police believe Trudy has finally been found. Susan teams up with her retired father to find out what happened to Trudy all those years ago. It is a welcome opportunity as Susan is in the middle of a possi In 1978, Trudy Solomon disappeared. The unsolved case became the obsession of now ex-Detective William Ford of the city of Monticello, New York Police Department. In present day, his daughter, Detective Susan Ford is now on the case. When skeletal remains of a gunshot victim are discovered, the police believe Trudy has finally been found. Susan teams up with her retired father to find out what happened to Trudy all those years ago. It is a welcome opportunity as Susan is in the middle of a possible civil suit against her for shooting an unarmed teen, an allegation she denies. For those who are familiar with upstate New York and the Catskills region, you know that it was once heavily populated by family-owned resorts (think Dirty Dancing.) The former grand hotel, the Cuttman, becomes the focal point of the investigation as Trudy had been a waitress in its coffee shop. Many of the clues keep leading Susan and William back to its former employees and the Roth family, especially Stanley and Rachel Roth, the third generation, and then owners of the resort. Most of the people are either hiding important information or outright lying. And more than a possible murder is uncovered. The Disappearance of Trudy Solomon is an engaging, old-style mystery. There is a large cast of characters so you need to keep track of everyone. It all makes for a very entertaining read. Author Marcy McCreary, in her sophomore effort, proves she’s the real deal. Could this evolve into a series? I hope so. Many thanks to CamCat Books, Edelweiss+ and the author for the opportunity to read The Disappearance of Trudy Solomon in advance of its September 7, 2021 publication. Rated 4.25 stars. Review posted on MicheleReader.com.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Susan Z

    4.5 stars Forty years ago, Trudy Soloman disappeared. Today she is found alive, and mostly well, but has dementia and is not able to shed any light about her disappearance. Susan Ford, a detective, decides to investigate what happened to Trudy, and brings along her dad, a retired detective who was at the center of the investigation 40 years ago. This is a multi layered mystery with many characters. At times I had a hard time keeping everyone straight, so this book does require your focus, but it's 4.5 stars Forty years ago, Trudy Soloman disappeared. Today she is found alive, and mostly well, but has dementia and is not able to shed any light about her disappearance. Susan Ford, a detective, decides to investigate what happened to Trudy, and brings along her dad, a retired detective who was at the center of the investigation 40 years ago. This is a multi layered mystery with many characters. At times I had a hard time keeping everyone straight, so this book does require your focus, but it's so worth it. (I always have trouble with too many characters) I love mysteries and although this doesn't qualify as a cozy mystery, it has some similar themes and isn't as intense as some in the thriller genre. I really enjoyed this one and it's great for fall, when I love to read as many mysteries and thrillers as possible. Some spooky some not so much. This sits nicely in the "not spooky" category.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mary Jackson _TheMaryReader

    This was an interesting read, Be sure you are prepared to focus on this one read it slowly, There are a lot of characters to keep up with. I found the over all story very interesting. Grab this 4 star read. I love a great mystery. The Mary Reader received this book from the publisher for review. A favorable review was not required and all views expressed are our own.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Susan Ballard

    Detective Susan Ford teams up with her father, Will, when the remains of a woman are found, which stirs up the forty-year cold case of Trudy Solomon. Will Ford had been the detective on the case when Trudy Solomon, a cocktail waitress at the popular Cuttman Hotel, went missing in 1978. Although the dead woman is not Trudy Solomon, Will wants closure on this case, but Susan knows it will bring up a lot of past ghosts. She was close friends with the Roth children, whose parents owned the Cuttman Ho Detective Susan Ford teams up with her father, Will, when the remains of a woman are found, which stirs up the forty-year cold case of Trudy Solomon. Will Ford had been the detective on the case when Trudy Solomon, a cocktail waitress at the popular Cuttman Hotel, went missing in 1978. Although the dead woman is not Trudy Solomon, Will wants closure on this case, but Susan knows it will bring up a lot of past ghosts. She was close friends with the Roth children, whose parents owned the Cuttman Hotel, but their friendship had fizzled out, and the Cuttman’s are now scattered. As Susan and her dad start poking around, they find more than they bargained for. With every person they interview from the hotel at the time of Trudy’s disappearance to hunting down the Roth family, they just keep unraveling one big tangled web of lies, deceptions, and crimes. 𝘈𝘯𝘥 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘱𝘦𝘳𝘴𝘰𝘯 𝘸𝘩𝘰 𝘵𝘳𝘶𝘭𝘺 𝘩𝘰𝘭𝘥𝘴 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘢𝘯𝘴𝘸𝘦𝘳𝘴 𝘤𝘢𝘯 𝘯𝘰 𝘭𝘰𝘯𝘨𝘦𝘳 𝘳𝘦𝘮𝘦𝘮𝘣𝘦𝘳. The Disappearance of Trudy Solomon is an intriguing mystery, packed with investigative work and heavy on drama. There is a subplot running throughout as Susan is under investigation for shooting an unarmed, Black teenager. It certainly adds tension to the story, but I felt the mystery of Trudy’s disappearance had enough chaos and shady characters to stand on its own. Thank you to @suzyapprovedbooktours and @marcymccreadyauthor for an invite to the tour and a gifted copy.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lesa

    How do authors handle a police procedural written nowadays? Marcy McCreary’s debut, The Disappearance of Trudy Solomon, introduces a fifty-three-year-old police detective who questions her own actions after a shooting. In fact, Detective Susan Ford questions the past and the present while investigating a cold case and examining possibilities in the recent one. Detective Susan Ford is on desk duty until she’s cleared by Internal Affairs, and others. But, she wonders if she’ll ever be cleared by th How do authors handle a police procedural written nowadays? Marcy McCreary’s debut, The Disappearance of Trudy Solomon, introduces a fifty-three-year-old police detective who questions her own actions after a shooting. In fact, Detective Susan Ford questions the past and the present while investigating a cold case and examining possibilities in the recent one. Detective Susan Ford is on desk duty until she’s cleared by Internal Affairs, and others. But, she wonders if she’ll ever be cleared by the members of the Black community, although she had been an ally of the Black Lives Matter movement. Then, she shot and killed a young man who wasn’t holding the gun that shot her. Calvin Barnes’ family wants answers. It’s the perfect time to look into a case that haunted her teen years and much of her father’s career as a police detective. Forty years earlier, Trudy Solomon, a waitress, went missing. The Roths, owners of Cuttmans, a resort in the Catskills, were the powerful family in the community at the time. Trudy’s father always felt as if the family knew more about the disappearance than they thought. Now, the case is of interest again because skeletal remains were found in New York State, and there were identity questions. But, then Detective Ray Gorman, a detective, connects a few dots and finds Trudy Solomon living in a retirement home. She has Alzheimers. Where has Trudy been all these years? Was there a crime committed forty years earlier? Because she’s on desk duty, Susan’s boss allows her to work with her father to dig into the past. Much of the book centers on the careful re-examination of past actions. I liked the team made up of Susan Ford and her father. At the same time, she’s frustrated that no one believes her when she says Calvin Barnes had a gun. To the townspeople, she appears to be another cop who shot a Black man. While most of the story is about the search for Trudy Solomon’s past, Susan’s guilty feelings and investigation into her handling of the crime scene is a timely topic. How will authors handle police procedurals? They’ll allow the cops to analyze their own actions, to see the results in the communities they serve. Even mature police officers may question their actions now. Marcy McCreary juggles the cold case and the current investigation skillfully in her debut, The Disappearance of Trudy Solomon.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jane

    Rounding it up to 3.5 stars. Thanks to Suzy Approved Book reviews and the author. What a tangled web we weave. Three plots going on at once. Murder, deception, family dysfunction and a whole bunch of characters that were easy to keep straight thankfully. I liked how it all tied together at the end and it was easy to understand mostly how it did. It was an interesting read to say the least. Susan is a detective, like her father and she was involved in this reopening of a case 40+ years ago that her Rounding it up to 3.5 stars. Thanks to Suzy Approved Book reviews and the author. What a tangled web we weave. Three plots going on at once. Murder, deception, family dysfunction and a whole bunch of characters that were easy to keep straight thankfully. I liked how it all tied together at the end and it was easy to understand mostly how it did. It was an interesting read to say the least. Susan is a detective, like her father and she was involved in this reopening of a case 40+ years ago that her retired father worked on and he got re-involved in it. Her boyfriend also was a detective and had a hand in it but not as much. For some reason, and I can't put my finger on it, I didn't like him. LOL. Then there's the Cuttman family who owned a resort in the Catskills that Susan was friends with one of the daughters growing up. They were the dysfunctional family and played a big role in the murder and other things that came up. The author did a great job with this book. Can't wait for her next one.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Emily C. Whitson

    A classic detective mystery with a splash of true crime. Great twists, a strong female protagonist, and a strong unreliable POV from Trudy. Will definitely be buying the next book in the series!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Levens

    The Disppearance of Trudy Solomon Author, Marcy McCreary Publisher: CamCat Books Pub date: September 7, 2021 Thank you @suzyapprovedbooktours, @camcatbooks, and author @marcymccreary for my #gifted copy and the opportunity to participate in this tour! The Disappearance of Trudy Solomon is a slow burn gripping mystery novel that had me questioning everyone! Detective Susan Ford has recently been shot in a controversial drug bust. Although recovering, this incident has earned her restricted duty until The Disppearance of Trudy Solomon Author, Marcy McCreary Publisher: CamCat Books Pub date: September 7, 2021 Thank you @suzyapprovedbooktours, @camcatbooks, and author @marcymccreary for my #gifted copy and the opportunity to participate in this tour! The Disappearance of Trudy Solomon is a slow burn gripping mystery novel that had me questioning everyone! Detective Susan Ford has recently been shot in a controversial drug bust. Although recovering, this incident has earned her restricted duty until details are investigated and the controversy calms down. When the skeletal remains of a body are found along the highway in small town New York, the Monticello police begin looking through missing persons reports. Susan and her co- workers begin to wonder if the remains are Trudy Solomon's, a woman who disappeared forty years ago. A case that went cold after no suspects, no motive, and no leads could point to her whereabouts. The Detective working on Trudy's case was Will Ford, Susan's father, who now lives in a nearby senior citizen home and is divorced from her mother. After running the DNA of the remains, it is found that the body is not Trudy, but another woman who went missing around the same time Trudy went missing- another case that went cold with little evidence. Another case that Detective Will Ford had to close with no answers. But while attempting to match Trudy to the remains, her social security number popped up as being used within the last few years in Lowell, Mass. Is Trudy alive? How could this be possible? And are the remains of this other women somehow related to Trudy's disappearance? Naturally Susan's father is curious about these new developments and wants to piece his old case together. After a little convincing, he gets Susan on board and they get permission from the Chief to reopen the case. Susan is hesitant because reopening this case will mean that she'll have to go back to 1978 and open up some parts of her past that she was hoping to just leave where they belong, in the past. The father/ daughter investigative team make for such a unique crime story! The two uncover a lot of characters that reveal that the grass is not always greener on the other side and that you have absolutely no idea what goes on behind closed doors. It is truly a multi- layered mystery that reveals underground adoption, infidelity, rape, murder, blackmailing, lies, deception, alcoholism, and unprecedented family drama. What was also well done was McCreary's ties into modern times of BLM and the #MeToo movement. Details were never intense, which allowed for this mystery to be suspenseful and quite a page turner, but never over the top. What a perfect read to begin for the mystery and thriller season! 4.5 stars!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rajiv

    [Blog]::[Youtube]::[Twitter]::[Instagram]::[Pinterest]::[Bloglovin] “The Disappearance of Trudy Solomon” is a gripping mystery thriller with an exciting concept, and I was engrossed in it. Firstly, I love the father-daughter duo angle of the tale. Susan and her father shine in the story as they investigate Trudy’s case. They share an incredible bond, and it was nice to see how they worked together in their investigations. Moreover, the author adds elements of a classic crime fiction novel, and [Blog]::[Youtube]::[Twitter]::[Instagram]::[Pinterest]::[Bloglovin] “The Disappearance of Trudy Solomon” is a gripping mystery thriller with an exciting concept, and I was engrossed in it. Firstly, I love the father-daughter duo angle of the tale. Susan and her father shine in the story as they investigate Trudy’s case. They share an incredible bond, and it was nice to see how they worked together in their investigations. Moreover, the author adds elements of a classic crime fiction novel, and I liked the team with Eldridge, Ray, and Marty and how they assisted in the case. On a side note, I also liked how the author mentioned terms like palmar hyperhidrosis (sweaty hands). Speaking of Ray, I liked Susan’s chemistry with Ray and thought they made a good duo. Secondly, I enjoyed the direction with which the author took the tale. What starts as a simple case soon becomes a bigger picture of murders, baby abductions, and extortions. I never knew what to expect, as the author pleasantly surprises the reader with unexpected twists. I enjoyed reading the side storylines of Renee Carter and never found a dull moment. The story leads to a thrilling climax that makes it satisfying to read. Thirdly, I also liked how the author wrote the story and how we get snippets of Trudy’s perspective. Considering that Trudy has dementia, it was interesting to see if whatever we read accurately accounts for the events. I enjoyed the scenes that she shared with Dr. Meadows and found her snippets one of the story’s highlights. Overall, “The Disappearance of Trudy Solomon” is an entertaining crime fiction novel, and I hope we get to revisit the characters soon in a sequel.

  11. 4 out of 5

    BreeAnn (She Just Loves Books)

    This 40-year-old mystery is written as a police procedural through the eyes of a detective’s daughter as she tries to solve a case that has “already been solved”. Trudy Solomon disappeared in 1978, but showed up perfectly safe 40 years later. Trudy can’t remember what happened to her as she has advanced dementia. Susan and her father want to understand what happened to Trudy and continue to investigate. I loved the wonderful details that are used to create the atmosphere and characters for this o This 40-year-old mystery is written as a police procedural through the eyes of a detective’s daughter as she tries to solve a case that has “already been solved”. Trudy Solomon disappeared in 1978, but showed up perfectly safe 40 years later. Trudy can’t remember what happened to her as she has advanced dementia. Susan and her father want to understand what happened to Trudy and continue to investigate. I loved the wonderful details that are used to create the atmosphere and characters for this one. I felt like I was right there with the characters. Susan brings some fun moments to the story, and I really enjoyed her commentary on the case. Then there are POVs that are from Trudy, and those sections were fascinating. They are written from present day, but for Trudy, her dementia makes her “present day” not necessary present. So, we get to see glimpses of what happened to her through these moments. I really enjoyed this mystery, and I think readers that enjoy missing persons stories will like it too! I was provided a gifted copy of this book for free. I am leaving my review voluntarily.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Shakera

    Thank you to Suzy Approved Book Tours and CamCat Books for the opportunity. Mysteries aren’t high on my list of genres. I enjoy reading them, but I’d probably pick a paranormal story first if I had to choose. However, I really enjoyed this! If I sound surprised, it’s because I am! What’s not to love about two generations coming together to solve a 40-year-old mystery. While I enjoyed the mystery of it all, I also enjoyed the side story of the civil suit against Susan. Given the current state of r Thank you to Suzy Approved Book Tours and CamCat Books for the opportunity. Mysteries aren’t high on my list of genres. I enjoy reading them, but I’d probably pick a paranormal story first if I had to choose. However, I really enjoyed this! If I sound surprised, it’s because I am! What’s not to love about two generations coming together to solve a 40-year-old mystery. While I enjoyed the mystery of it all, I also enjoyed the side story of the civil suit against Susan. Given the current state of relations between police and the Black community, it was risky to include this storyline, but it was interesting. I enjoyed that aspect of the story. The police find the remains of a gunshot victim, and the journey begins. I think my favorite aspect of this story is the snippets you get from Trudy. It just added another dynamic to the story. This book is heavy on police procedures, and it’s quite enjoyable. McCreary’s writing style and storytelling will have you breezing through this story. This will have me picking up more mysteries!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Cassie’s Reviews

    It’s 1978 and Trudy Solomon has disappeared. The case goes unsolved , and Detective William Ford of the city of Monticello, New York Police Department cannot let it go it’s the case that haunts him. Present day Detective Fords daughter Detective Susan Ford is now working on the force and she’s handed the case by her boss when skeletal remains are found. With high hopes they hope they will finally be able to close the case of Trudy Solomon . Susan is on desk duty for the shooting of an unarmed bl It’s 1978 and Trudy Solomon has disappeared. The case goes unsolved , and Detective William Ford of the city of Monticello, New York Police Department cannot let it go it’s the case that haunts him. Present day Detective Fords daughter Detective Susan Ford is now working on the force and she’s handed the case by her boss when skeletal remains are found. With high hopes they hope they will finally be able to close the case of Trudy Solomon . Susan is on desk duty for the shooting of an unarmed black man Calvin Barnes who wasn’t holding the gun that shot her. So it’s a perfect time to to investigate the case that she remembers from her childhood. Susan’s Susan teams up with her father, and they begin the investigate. Trudy Solomon was a waitress who worked for a wealthy family The Roth’s and Trudys father always felt The Roth’s were hiding what really happened that night. I truly enjoyed this father daughter duo and the whole mystery of digging into a past case! Four stars!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Molly Jaber (Cover To Cover Cafe)

    The Disappearance Of Trudy Solomon was a uniquely chiseled story and one I enjoyed reading. I was instantly captured by the writing style of Marcy McCreary. I was pulled into the heart of the mystery and taken on one heck of a roller coaster ride. I loved the “who-dun-it” old school feel to this page turning detective novel. From the discovery of a skeletal remains to the secrets that surround it, this book kept me on the edge of my seat through out. Every up, every down, every twist, every turn The Disappearance Of Trudy Solomon was a uniquely chiseled story and one I enjoyed reading. I was instantly captured by the writing style of Marcy McCreary. I was pulled into the heart of the mystery and taken on one heck of a roller coaster ride. I loved the “who-dun-it” old school feel to this page turning detective novel. From the discovery of a skeletal remains to the secrets that surround it, this book kept me on the edge of my seat through out. Every up, every down, every twist, every turn had me up long into the night! McCreary is a fantastic author and really made a fan out of me. This book is going on my recommendations list when people ask me for a good mystery. It’s well written with unforgettable characters. Definitely a 4 star read! *I received a complimentary copy of this book from the Author/Publisher and was under no obligation to post a review, positive or negative.*

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Albright

    I really enjoyed this very intriguing 40 year old mystery and I had fun attempting to solve it along with the main character. I could picture the old hotel in the Catskills and the beauty of that area in bygone days. I loved the relationship Susan (MC) had with her dad and that he was allowed to help her with her investigation. The way the author tied all the loose ends together brought the story to an amazingly beautiful conclusion that left me feeling totally satisfied. I received a gifted cop I really enjoyed this very intriguing 40 year old mystery and I had fun attempting to solve it along with the main character. I could picture the old hotel in the Catskills and the beauty of that area in bygone days. I loved the relationship Susan (MC) had with her dad and that he was allowed to help her with her investigation. The way the author tied all the loose ends together brought the story to an amazingly beautiful conclusion that left me feeling totally satisfied. I received a gifted copy in exchange for an honest review.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Awesome mystery Will be watching out for more books by this new to me author

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kappy

    did not finish at 50%

  18. 5 out of 5

    Joan Novatt

    Loved this book from beginning to end! Usually you can figure things out halfway through a book but this one had so many twists and turns that I couldn’t put it down! Highly recommend.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Elaine

  20. 4 out of 5

    Arlee Woodworth

  21. 5 out of 5

    Diane

  22. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Dundee

  23. 5 out of 5

    Nichole

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jean Briggs

  25. 4 out of 5

    Marcy McCreary

  26. 4 out of 5

    Pamela

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lyanne

  28. 5 out of 5

    Helen R. Poe

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cathy Forester

  30. 4 out of 5

    Carrie

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