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LOST GIRL (Book One of the Lost Trilogy)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 147750673X, Paperback)Secrets can eat you up from the inside out, no matter what end of them you’re on . . . Renowned sculptor Allison Weathers seems to live the kind of charmed life most people only experience in their dreams. Affluent collectors seek out her art. Galleries around the country compete to showcase her talent. She’s married to the love of her life. Still, she is haunted by the unexplained disappearance of her mother, who, decades before, walked off without a word, and vanished. Time, as it has a habit of doing, moves on. Until a dreary January afternoon, and icy roads, turn her world upside down. The tragic twist of fate that leads Allison to the small mountain town of Dawson Mills, Tennessee gives her a chance to find a rhythm, to settle. And to pick up where she left off in the search for her mother. She can’t explain the odd kinship she feels for the rambling, old Victorian farmhouse she’s purchased, but her infatuation quickly morphs into dread when the house takes on a life of its own. Voices come from nowhere. Shadows begin to shift. She can feel the eyes on her. Cold. Wicked. Paul Bradford, a contractor who is bidding the renovation work on the house, believes it’s more than just Allison’s imagination conjuring up the unsettling activity. Toni Harper, a reporter for the local paper, concurs. She’s heard snippets of hand-over-the-mouth gossip about the former owner who died in his bed, but hasn’t been able to get to the root of the story. With their help, Allison discovers the house has a sinister history—one that ties to a muddled piece of her own past. As long-buried secrets begin showing the ugly truth, she must push herself to the limit, to keep what little stable ground she’s gained, and to fight the evil that’s stalking her.
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