Her Sister's Murderer

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Kate thought it was something they had left behind long ago when they moved nearly two-thousand miles away, but when her best friend Abby talks her into visiting a psychic, the mystery is reawakened. More

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Lover of stories, written and read. An appetite, insatiable. Inherited from my father, who inherited it from his.

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rachiel rainwater reviewed on on May 30, 2013

Review by rachiel rainwater if fae books review team
I absolutley loved the book it held my attentiin and drew me in cant wait to read more
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
Kendra Gaither reviewed on on May 15, 2013
(no rating)
This was a good story. I like the old native psychic and how it melded into Kate's hopeful relationship with Adam. Shortly in the story, we find out that Adam is actually the psychic's nephew, and later on that he has a slight ability also, of sensing Kate's thoughts. Kate is a good girl, always putting her wants aside to make sure her friend Abby and her mother are happy first. After a trip to the psychic however, Kate is reminded of her sister who had been kidnapped many years before, before Kate was even born. After searching and a trip to the town she disappeared from, Kate finally figures out what happened, but doesn't listen to the warnings and finds herself in danger as well.
There were a couple of spots in the book where Adam's name was used where his brother Arthur's name should have been (at 77%, not sure of the page number) and another spot where she was used instead of he, but both were easily figured out, and easily overlooked. The story was well written, and had good characters and relationships. As I got closer to the end of the story, I was afraid I was going to be left with a cliffhanger and have to wait on the next one, but thankfully, it was wrapped up very well at the end.
Review by Kendra of www.FaeBooks.co.uk
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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