Eleven, Twelve ... Dig and Delve (Rebekka Franck #6)
Another bone-chilling Mystery from Best selling Author Willow Rose.

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Everybody hates Mondays. This Monday is particularly bad for the residents on Blegevej in the Northern part of Denmark. Just before eight o’clock Monday morning, the entire neighborhood sinks into the ground in a matter of seconds when a giant sinkhole opens up under It’s the stuff of a living nightmare…
Another bone-chilling Mystery from Best selling Author Willow Rose.

Everybody hates Mondays. This Monday is particularly bad for the residents on Blegevej in the Northern part of Denmark. Just before eight o’clock Monday morning, the entire neighborhood sinks into the ground in a matter of seconds when a giant sinkhole opens up underneath it.

Rebekka Franck is visiting a dear friend when she is swallowed up by the hole and ends up trapped inside a limestone mine. Together with the surviving residents from the neighborhood, she tries to get by underground while waiting to be rescued. When the body of one of the survivors turns up inside the mines, they suddenly know that not only do they face starvation and thirst, they also have a killer among them.

Eleven, Twelve…Dig and Delve is the sixth book in Willow Rose’s internationally bestselling series about the Danish reporter Rebekka Franck. (less)

Kindle Edition, 305 pages
Published October 29th 2014 by Sigetty’s Cover design

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Anne M.

Dec 14, 2015 Anne M. rated it it was ok
Did not enjoy this as much as Willow Rose’s usual books. It was too long drawn out and impossible to believe that the people trapped could live so long. And to have a murdered running about was just too unrealistic for me.
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Michele

May 04, 2015 Michele rated it liked it
Better than the last two but not as good as the first couple of books in this series…on to the next.
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Delta

Free 09-21-15 (Suspense Thriller)

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Hilary

Nov 04, 2016 Hilary rated it it was amazing
I love this series. I’m thankful this one wasn’t as disturbing as the last one though. That one threw me for a loop but this one was just right.
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rosa

Jan 07, 2017 rosa rated it it was amazing
Love this author…can’t wait for next book.
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Erica

Sep 25, 2016 Erica rated it it was ok
This was a free book, so I’m excusing the lack of background knowledge that was probably established in the previous books. They bring said, I had a hard time connecting with the main character. Also, when being described as a mystery book, there was a lack of mystery. Suspense and fear, yes, but not as much mystery as I would have liked. The first few chapters did have a good unsettling vibe to set the tone. But a lot of the book felt like it jumped to a lot of conclusions.
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Carolyn Injoy

Eleven, Twelve… Dig and Delve: A heart-stopping thriller (Rebekka Franck Book 6) by Willow Rose is a five star book from start to finish.

I have not read these books in order & except for a few minor references it is a stand alone book.

This is a creepy book. It delineates the thin veneer of society’s so-called civilization & how under extreme circumstance it can be peeled away very quickly.

I received a complimentary kindle copy in an Amazon promotion. That did not change my opinion for Eleven, Twelve… Dig and Delve: A heart-stopping thriller (Rebekka Franck Book 6) by Willow Rose is a five star book from start to finish.

I have not read these books in order & except for a few minor references it is a stand alone book.

This is a creepy book. It delineates the thin veneer of society’s so-called civilization & how under extreme circumstance it can be peeled away very quickly.

I received a complimentary kindle copy in an Amazon promotion. That did not change my opinion for this review.

Link to purchase: https://www.amazon.com/Eleven-Twelve-… …more

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Cyndi

Sep 24, 2015 Cyndi rated it it was amazing
I’ve read many novels by this writer. All were good, some great & some so-so. In most of them I’ve had to gloss-past parts due to the graphic nature of the writer. I can handle some gross/gore, and some sick/disgusting psychopaths but I have to admit to being too disgusted to read every word. Still, I like this recurring character, Rebekka, and always care about her welfare, her life, her career, her family & personal relationship changes. I would recommend any book by Willow Rose to any I’ve read many novels by this writer. All were good, some great & some so-so. In most of them I’ve had to gloss-past parts due to the graphic nature of the writer. I can handle some gross/gore, and some sick/disgusting psychopaths but I have to admit to being too disgusted to read every word. Still, I like this recurring character, Rebekka, and always care about her welfare, her life, her career, her family & personal relationship changes. I would recommend any book by Willow Rose to any avid reader. She’s published so many great books. But, she’s not for the feint hearted, that’s for sure. …more
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Sheila

Aug 06, 2016 Sheila rated it it was ok
Okay, this book had the potential to be very creepy, but it fell short. Rebekka ends up in a mine after a sinkhole opened up in the neighborhood where she was visiting her friend. A couple people die down there and a complete psycho is running around as well. However, it’s almost as if Willow Rose became bored with the story and the characters because it just ends very abruptly. Additionally, the reader is told almost nothing about the remaining characters in the story. One just disappears. I gu Okay, this book had the potential to be very creepy, but it fell short. Rebekka ends up in a mine after a sinkhole opened up in the neighborhood where she was visiting her friend. A couple people die down there and a complete psycho is running around as well. However, it’s almost as if Willow Rose became bored with the story and the characters because it just ends very abruptly. Additionally, the reader is told almost nothing about the remaining characters in the story. One just disappears. I guess that’s the point given the story line. However, it just wasn’t that great of a book. …more
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tracy raymond

Oct 02, 2015 tracy raymond rated it it was amazing

This book he’d my anticipation as what would happen next & boys I tell you some of it I never would have thought it. Great book if you like mysteries!! Thank you for the Opportunity to to read it, I hope to check more books out by this author.

This book held my anticipation as to what would happen next & boys aimed tell you some of it I never would thought it. Great book if you like mysteries!! Thank you for the Opportunity to read it, I hope to check out more books by this author.

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Lyndsy

Oct 01, 2015 Lyndsy rated it liked it

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is a nice break from the usual books in the series. It’s also not every day you get to read about a ground collapse. Definitely disturbing to read, but in the way the book should be.

I miss us getting to know more about the main character’s family, but I guess putting that on hiatus for one book is okay.

I don’t like mysteries/thrillers when there is no way that you could have predicted the killer, so this book irritated me in that regard. I mean, I guess it could have been seen as a possibil This is a nice break from the usual books in the series. It’s also not every day you get to read about a ground collapse. Definitely disturbing to read, but in the way the book should be.

I miss us getting to know more about the main character’s family, but I guess putting that on hiatus for one book is okay.

I don’t like mysteries/thrillers when there is no way that you could have predicted the killer, so this book irritated me in that regard. I mean, I guess it could have been seen as a possibility, but there was nothing that would let most people get there. …more

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Shelley

Jul 31, 2015 Shelley rated it really liked it
So far I have really enjoyed all the books in this series. This one was different than the rest but still very enjoyable. It was not the typical murder/serial killer/investigation that the others have been. This one was almost like a bridge that the author used to develop the characters somewhat and help the series turn in a different direction in the future. There was still a murderer on the loose but he was trapped underground with a group of people after the ground opened up and swallowed the So far I have really enjoyed all the books in this series. This one was different than the rest but still very enjoyable. It was not the typical murder/serial killer/investigation that the others have been. This one was almost like a bridge that the author used to develop the characters somewhat and help the series turn in a different direction in the future. There was still a murderer on the loose but he was trapped underground with a group of people after the ground opened up and swallowed them in a sinkhole. I finished this one and am going to start the next one right now. …more
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Joanne Fish

Sep 23, 2015 Joanne Fish rated it it was amazing

Great Read

Short, suspenful read. Each action packed chapter moves along with all the information you need to tie up the characters and the plot, but not quite giving the ending away until the right moment. You become invested in the characters and the author does a good job slowly evolving them. It is a light read but a good one. I enjoyed this book and would read another in the series.

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Tere Fredericks

Sep 09, 2015 Tere Fredericks rated it it was amazing

Scariest One Yet

There is one one particular murderer Rebekka and Sune are looking for. The main event is more natural. I am from Florida (where Ms. Rose now lives) and am absolutely terrified of the event which occurs in this book. This one hits in a visceral way that a murder mystery, no matter ow horrific, simply cannot. I love scary. This one made me hide under the covers and shake for hours when I finished it. Literally.

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Janine

Sep 25, 2015 Janine rated it it was amazing

Another great book by Willow.

Rebekka has been to visit a friend for the weekend but she doesn’t make it home due to a car accident ahead of them and sink holes appear swallowing cars, houses and people.

She manages to try to be calm and collected and dig people out, get them organised etc but along the way there is murder and mayhem within the mines they end up in.

After over a week burried under ground will they survive well I’ll let you find out yourself.

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Jo

Mar 22, 2015 Jo rated it did not like it
Boring and a huge disappointment. The previous Rebekka Frank books have been entertaining reads but this one where a group of people get trapped underground for a few days when an old mine collapses is tedious. Such a shame as I have enjoyed previous books. The last one in the series you can safely skip it
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Jennifer

Mar 18, 2015 Jennifer rated it really liked it
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I really enjoyed this book, very suspenseful. But, (spoiler alert), it’s a little unbelievable that they couldn’t find a way out, the rescuers couldn’t get to them for a month, but Sune and Martin just walked in and found them. Otherwise, very good book. I never suspected that person. I thought it was Thomas Soe.
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Mickey

Feb 03, 2015 Mickey rated it really liked it

I think this may one of Willow’s best works yet. What happens when an entire neighborhood gets sucked into a sinkhole?
Rebekka finds out the hard way as she’s one of the victims. There’s no real mystery in this one, just a gritty survival story where people find out what they are made of and realize that the monsters walk among them.
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J&B Reviews

Apr 24, 2015 J&B Reviews rated it it was amazing

Eleven,twelve…is Rebekka’s living shell.

I am a big fan of the Rebekka Franck franchise of novels. This story is her creepiest yet. It’s laced with claustrophobic tension and characters that make your skin crawl. Not everyone is an underground menace there are those we root for to survive because they prove that they deserve the right to live and prosper.

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Chaplain Stanleigh Chapin

A bit bizarre

A really different story concept, that provided intensity. There were several things that were beyond comprehension, a fireplace poker punching holes through clothing and killing them. Most I have seen or used were never that sharp. The eating of the dead bodies was earlier than in recorded history.

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chelepissbcglobal.net

Jan 30, 2015 chelepissbcglobal.net rated it it was amazing

Absolutely, positively excellent.

This was one amazing story of determination, courage and the intense will to survive. Willow Rose is a truly fabulous author. Read all of her books without fail.

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laura

May 08, 2016 laura rated it it was amazing

Loved it!

I can’t stop reading this series and this one was fantastic! What people will do to each other in this situation…wow!

On to the next in the series, can’t wait to see what trouble rebekka & sune get into now.

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Debbie

Oct 26, 2015 Debbie rated it really liked it

Shelves: rose
This was interesting, I always wondered about this, so it was kind of fun to read a story that had been in my imagination as well. I like that it stuck to the story and didn’t go to much into Rebekkas relationships sometimes that gets to be to much
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Jay

Mar 25, 2016 Jay rated it it was amazing

A review

Another page turner from the lovely Willow Rose. This one is slightly different to the prior books. This one involves Rebekka becoming stranded underground due to a town collapsing into a sink hole.
When people start turning up dead, well, it’ll keep you guessing.

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Toni Mortensen

Aug 22, 2015 Toni Mortensen rated it really liked it
This is #6 in the series and my least favorite. If you haven’t read the others don’t start here. They do progress, some of them will be good alone. Characters are well written. They are in Denmark. I don’t want to give anything away so I’ll just say they are good. Start with #1.
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Alysia

Dec 15, 2015 Alysia rated it it was amazing
I really love this series and these books are great. I think anyone that likes mysteries and a little thriller should check out this series. I also really like this author. I think I will read more from Willow Rose! Willow always keeps me on the edge of my seat.
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Joan M Erickson

Oct 04, 2015 Joan M Erickson rated it it was amazing

Another great story

All these characters in this book reveal the good and bad in this great test of endurance. One feels their panic and despair and is glad for the survivors and their families.

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Donna

Mar 19, 2015 Donna rated it liked it
Didn’t like as much as the others in the series. Too much of the same, since it’s almost all underground.
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Nancy

Feb 20, 2016 Nancy rated it it was ok
This was an oK booK however I do wish the author had done more to maKe it more interesint. I looK forward to reading more of this author’s worK.
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Judith Bowers

Oct 07, 2015 Judith Bowers rated it it was amazing

Praise for Eleven Twelve…..y

For those that like horror stories. Lots of twisted minds and adventure . Not sure you want to read at bedtime.

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