By Kay Hooper
(Jove, Mass Market Paperback, 9780515153712, 368pp.)
Publication Date: April 30, 2013
Other Editions of This Title: Hardcover
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THE NEW BISHOP/SCU NOVEL
After years away, Jessie Rayburn has finally returned homeunwelcomedto 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 awakestrange 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 Hollowor the evil targeting them one last time.
Kay Hooper is the award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of the Bishop / Special Crimes Unit series, including Blood Ties, Blood Dreams, Blood Sins, and other novels. She lives in North Carolina.
Praise for Kay Hooper and her novels
“Vibrates with tension, passion, and mystery. Readers will devour it.”—Jayne Ann Krentz
“[An] astonishing talent.”—Suspense Magazine
“Kay Hooper…provide[s] a welcome chill on a hot summer’s day.”—Orlando Sentinel
“Filled with page-turning suspense.”—The Sunday Oklahoman
“Readers will be mesmerized.”—Publishers Weekly
“Hooper has created another original.”—Times Record News (Wichita Falls, Texas)
“Thought-provoking entertainment.”—Calgary Herald
“A full-force, page-turning, suspense-driven read.”—The Mystery Reader
“Hooper’s unerring story sense and ability to keep the pages flying can’t be denied.”—Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine
“Kay Hooper has given you a darn good ride, and there are far too few of those these days.”—Dayton Daily News
“Keep[s] readers enthralled until the last page is turned.”—Booklist
“A stirring and evocative thriller.”—Palo Alto Daily News
“It passed the 'stay up late to finish it in one night' test.”—The Denver Post