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Disappeared (Mantequero #2)

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Miss Blacker has disappeared. She never came back after the Christmas holidays and Alison is convinced something dreadful has happened to her.
When nobody believes her she sets off to Spain to track down the woman whom she believes to be the best teacher in the world.
It wouldn’t have been so bad if her companion, Heather Jones, hadn’t have been quite so fat. The mantequer
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Kindle Edition, 75 pages
Published January 29th 2014 by Jenny Twist
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Su Halfwerk
Feb 16, 2014 Su Halfwerk rated it it was amazing
In Mantequero book 1, June Blacker went to Spain on holiday, and found the love of her life. He was a man with a unique taste in women. He loved big women, it’s another matter that his love drained them.
Book 2, Disappeared, starts with Allison, June’s colleague at the school who’s worried when the term starts and the dedicated June is a no-show. With the help of Heather, an overweight and attractive friend of June’s, she investigates the disappearance of the missing teacher. The search leads the
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Terry Tyler
May 28, 2014 Terry Tyler rated it it was amazing
I loved this sequel to Mantequero - I didn't read the blurb before I bought it (so impressed was I with Mantequero that I just bought it straight away), and at first didn't understand that it really was a sequel - ie, what happened directly afterwards.....

Really good, well worth an hour or so of anyone's time (but read the first one first!). Loved the atmosphere created about rural Spain; it sounds wonderful. Best of all - a brilliant twist I never saw coming in THE LAST LINE! Don't you just lov
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Lynette Sofras
Feb 11, 2014 Lynette Sofras rated it it was amazing
I was delighted to receive a copy of this story for review because I have long been a fan of this particular writer and I thoroughly enjoyed the first story in the same series. I've waited impatiently since last summer for Mantequero 2, but the wait was well worth it. This author never disappoints.
Back in England, the school term has started but without June. No one seems to know anything about her non-appearance, and nor does anyone particularly care, except for her young colleague, Alison, who
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Marsha
Jan 31, 2014 Marsha rated it it was amazing
When I first read Montequero I thought it was truly unique and chilling. Just imagine a sexy and handsome man who loves big women to death. Boy, what a way to go! Anyway, when I learned "Disappeared" (Montequero 2) was coming out, I just had to read it. Once again, I loved the concept and how the new characters tied in so well with the one from the previous book.

Alison is a teacher at Greystone School. When her colleague and mentor, June Blacker, did not report back to school after the Christmas
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Diana
Aug 12, 2014 Diana rated it it was amazing
Okay, so the first book was good but the second was better. The first one was really short and left me wanting more. I think I was kind of Ignacio (except I didn't want anyone's fat I've got my own)....(creepy) anyways.. :)
I believe it was amazing. I was introduced to more characters and their feelings. This time the one in Ignacio's eyesight was the travel agent from the previous book. (sorry I really suck at remembering names so please don't hate my forgetfulness). So in this book, the travel
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Mary Thornburg
Jul 27, 2016 Mary Thornburg rated it it was amazing
"Disappeared: Mantequero 2" stands by itself, but it is a sequel. So if you haven't read the author's shorter story, "Mantequero," I'd suggest you do that first.

A teacher has disappeared. School's in session again after the winter holiday, but Miss Blacker didn't come back and didn't let anyone know she wouldn't be there. The administration is annoyed, but no one seems to be worried about her. Only her young colleague, Alison, is concerned. Her concern leads her to investigate, and she discovers
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Elizabeth Jasper
Feb 16, 2014 Elizabeth Jasper rated it it was amazing
After reading Mantequero, which explained the legend of the fat-sucking vampiric stranger of legend that haunts a remote mountain range in southern Spain, I couldn't wait for the sequel - and I was not disappointed! After her teaching colleague, June, mysteriously does not return from holiday, Alison worries something terrible has happened to a woman she likes and admires. With lots of initiative, and the help of a friendly travel agent, Alison travels to Spain, to Las Alpujarras, where June was ...more
Tori Ridgewood
Jan 31, 2014 Tori Ridgewood rated it it was amazing
I started reading this while at the hairdresser's, and as soon as I got home, I had to finish it right away. It is really well done -- shades of the Twilight Zone, Fright Night, and Frankenstein, a chilling mystery that put me in mind of The Woman in Black as well. If I am ever fortunate enough to visit the mountains of Spain, this is what I will think of. It would be amazing to see this story put into film. I loved the unconventional vampire, the village, and the characters' quest to find the ...more
Sheri
Jan 01, 2015 Sheri rated it it was amazing
Disappeared (Mantequero,# 2) by Jenny Twist

Miss Blacker never returned from her Christmas vacation. Allison is convinced something really bad has happened to her. Allison and her friend Heather take off to Spain to see if they can find her. Once there they hear of a legend of the Mantequero, a vampire type creature in Spain. Will the ladies find their friend?

A fantastic take on vampire stories. Allison and Heather are very likable. I also enjoyed the setting in Spain, and hearing the story of th
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Tara Hall
Sep 10, 2016 Tara Hall rated it it was amazing
This sequel to Mantequero begins with Alison, a friend of June Blacker—the Mantequero’s victim of Book #1—discovering that her friend has disappeared. She enlists the help of another friend of June’s, Heather, the overweight travel agent who booked June's vacation in Spain from which she never returned. Alison and Heather both travel to Spain in an attempt to discover what happened to June, where the latter immediately draws the interest of the Mantequero, a fat-eating vampire (a real Spanish ...more
P.S. Winn
Sep 24, 2015 P.S. Winn rated it really liked it
Very interesting short read. I think readers are going to love Alison and enjoy following her on her search for the missing Miss Blacker. Their are a few twists and turns and a legend that will keep readers spellbound as they follow along to uncover a mystery. The author did a great job with this compelling novel. Although I didn't read book one I don't think readers have to in order to follow the story, but I also have to say I think it will be as interesting as book two and will have readers ...more
Julian Coleman
May 28, 2014 Julian Coleman rated it it was amazing
Finally a character who loves big women. Unfortunately, he has a voracious appetite and no woman can enjoy his love for too long. Isn’t that always the way, though? I believe the best horror comes from folklore and this novel is proof. This sequel to Mantequero is chilling and seductive. Jenny delivers the frights without gory excesses. The Disappeared was a quick and delicious (no pun intended)read. Bravo.
Jody Vitek
Dec 16, 2014 Jody Vitek rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This was a great follow up to MANTEQUERO by Jenny Twist. I actually enjoyed this story much more than the first book. Jenny writes a wonderful story putting the reader in a place where the whispered tales are real. No, I would not want to venture into the mountains for fear of MANTEQUERO, but would love to meet the people and visit the village. I highly recommend you read MANTEQUERO prior to DISAPPEARED, and read them consecutively for the full reading pleasure.
Soo
Aug 03, 2016 Soo rated it it was amazing
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I absolutely loved this sequel to Mantequero; the story just flowed and I couldn't put it down. I have never visited Spain and Jenny's writing had me wishing that I had. This was a really excellent interpretation of a folk tale within a modern context. Bravo!
Nicki
Dec 30, 2014 Nicki rated it really liked it
Great sequel. Really enjoyed this tying up of events in the first story. I liked that this was much longer and went into a bit more back story, as well as being long enough to get to know the new characters.
Genuinely creepy idea for a story.
M. Allman
May 22, 2014 M. Allman rated it it was amazing
Review coming soon. I loved this one too!
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I was born in York and brought up in the West Yorkshire mill town of Heckmondwike, the eldest grandchild of a huge extended family. My grandmother was a matriarch whom we all adored and she ran the world from her one-up and one-down house in the centre of the town. All the rest of my cousins stayed in Heckmondwike, but we moved about a lot because my father kept changing his job on account of he ...more
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