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The Crossover by Laye C

The Crossover

by Laye C

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The Crossover is a book about secrets, dark ones. Clay, the lead character, lives in England and rekindles a relationship from 1991 with Monet. They have a secret, his name is Robert. Clay visits his mother in Detroit, Michigan and finds his deceased father's journal from 1959. The last entry in the journal reveals a family secret that involves a dead husband and wife. Their names were Gerald and Delcine. Clay's neighbor, Carl, a London-based detective has a secret that he's keeping from the Press. A secret that's killing single women looking for love online. Carl receives a lead from a star witness who is dying to help. Inspired by true paranormal events.

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