Cemetery of Angels

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Kensington Books, 1995 - Fiction - 355 pages
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For Bill and Rebecca Moore and their two children, the move to sunny Southern California is a dream come true. Their new home is in a neighborhood filled with elegant Art Deco and Victorian mansions that have survived every disaster - natural and otherwise. Nearby is a star-studded cemetery - a tribute to the myth and glamour of a Hollywood that has never really died. There is even an eerie legend attached to the Moores' house - a story tied to a shocking, decades-old scandal they find very quaint and atmospheric.
Until their son and daughter vanish without a trace.
Now Bill and Rebecca are living every father and mother's most unspeakable nightmare. What has happened to their children? Have they been kidnapped? Then where is the ransom note? Or is there something supernatural at play? And most terrifying of all: Are Karen and Patrick still alive?

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Terri (tymfos) noted this book on her library thing thread and it looked intriguing. I have the same reaction as she does, ie I'm really not sure what to make of this book or how to interpret it. It ... Read full review

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About the author (1995)

Noel Hynd has sold more than four million copies of his books throughout the world, including The Enemy Within and Flowers From Berlin. His most recent novel, Hostage in Havana, is the first book in the Cuban Trilogy starring Alexandria LaDuca. Hynd lives in Culver City, California.

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