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St. Martin's Press, Nov 2, 2010 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Marissa Gray's world was shattered when her best friend, Gretchen, was brutally murdered. Back then, Marissa tried to convince authorities that Dillon Archer was the killer. But her eyewitness statement wasn't enough—and Dillon disappeared. Now a successful journalist, Marissa is back to help her family during a time of need. After years away from Aurora Falls, she finally feels the past is safe behind her. Until a terrifying hooded figure causes Marissa's car to swerve off a snow-slick road, nearly killing her.

Once again, no one wants to believe Marissa's story—not her sensible sister Catherine, and certainly not her ex-fiancÚ Eric, who happens to be the town's deputy chief of police. But other strange happenings are afoot...and a terrifying sequence emerges in which old friends of Gretchen's start turning up dead. As Marissa desperately races to uncover Aurora Falls's secret history, someone is two steps ahead, concealed in every taunting clue—and waiting to silence one inconvenient witness forever...

 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
26
Section 3
35
Section 4
55
Section 5
84
Section 6
96
Section 7
109
Section 8
127
Section 13
209
Section 14
216
Section 15
221
Section 16
235
Section 17
251
Section 18
286
Section 19
295
Section 20
305

Section 9
140
Section 10
151
Section 11
170
Section 12
189
Section 21
312
Section 22
335
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Carlene Thompson is the author of Last Whisper, Black for Remembrance, and Don't Close Your Eyes, among other books. She attended college at Marshall University and earned her Ph.D. in English from Ohio State University. She taught at the University of Rio Grande before leaving to focus on her writing full-time. Besides writing, she spends her time caring for the many dogs and cats she's adopted. A native West Virginian, she lives with her husband Keith in Point Pleasant, West Virginia.

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