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Penguin Putnam

After years away, Jessie Rayburn has finally returned home—unwelcomed—to a town of menacing whispers: Baron Hollow, North Carolina. It’s as though she never left. That’s why she’s so afraid.

She left behind her estranged sister, Emma, who has her own secrets to protect. But Emma is afraid to reveal what’s really troubling her and keeping her awake—strange dreams of women being murdered, brutally, viciously. Now, in this conspiracy of silence, Emma’s bad dreams are becoming more real than ever.

Even with the help of Noah Bishop, cofounder of Haven, the group of psychic investigators that Jessie works for, Jessie and Emma fear they won’t be able to outrun the secrets buried in Baron Hollow—or the evil targeting them one last time.

Baker & Taylor
After a head injury brings on nightmares involving girls being tortured and murdered, Emma Rayburn contacts her estranged sister, Jessie, a psychic investigator.

Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, c2012
ISBN: 9780515153712
Branch Call Number: FIC HOO
Characteristics: 326 p. ;,24 cm.


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Mar 10, 2018

I picked up this book to read for a little while just to check out what it was about. I wound up reading for hours. This story is filled with characters you can really care about. I had the wrong bad guy more than half way through the book. This was a really good read. This is #13 of the Bishop/Special Crimes Unit Novels. The series is divided in trilogies and this is the first of one of the sets. The next two are Hostage and Haunted. You can read this as a stand alone without being lost. In the back of the book there is a glossary of psychic terms used throughout the books as well as bio's of all the paranormal detectives and FBI agents, their special talents and other books they have shown up in.

Sep 09, 2012

I liked this book. If you like to read about the paranormal and psychics this book is for you. This is the first time I have read such a story, but the story is not so far out that it is unbelievable. In other words the characters did not seem weird. A few were a bit creepy though. The ending was a bit of a surprise in certain aspects, but will say no more. I will read this author again.

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