Remember Me 2 (Reissue): The Return

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Simon and Schuster, 1994 - Juvenile Fiction - 224 pages
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THEY CALLED HER A WANDERER.

Shari Cooper is dead, the victim of a murderous attack. She is on the other side, in a place of spirits, an eternal realm of light and love. But she is given a rare offer. To return to Earth without having to be reborn. Into the body of a depressed teenage girl. A transfer of souls, they call it. Shari is given a chance to be a Wanderer, and to do a great service for humanity. It is an offer she gladly accepts.

Then she is back, in a human body. Yet she does not remember being Shari Cooper. At first she recalls nothing of the afterlife. Perhaps it is just as well. Not everybody on Earth welcomes Wanderers. Of the few who know of their existence, some want them dead. And others, the truly evil ones, wish them much worse than that.

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User Review  - PaDutchTravel - LibraryThing

A spooky murder mystery set in Cape Cod. A lawyer takes a vacation at the Cape but then ends up taking on a high profile murder case. His wife is still trying to get over the loss of their two year ... Read full review

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User Review  - frozenplums - LibraryThing

This was an okay story. Not my favorite Mary Higgins Clark. I feel like this would definitely be more gripping read for a parent, or a married individual in the least. The was an excellent testament to shattered faith and trust. Not bad, Mrs. Clark. Read full review

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About the author (1994)

Christopher Pike is a best-selling author of young adult novels.  The Thirst series, The Secret of Ka, and the Remember Me and Alosha trilogies are some of his favorite titles.  He is also the author of several adult novels, including Sati and The Season of Passage.  Thirst and Alosha are slated to be released as feature films.  Pike currently lives in Santa Barbara, where it is rumored he never leaves his house.  But he can be found online at Christopherpikebooks.com.

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