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If You Ever Tell by Carlene Thompson
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If You Ever Tell

by Carlene Thompson

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Skip the prologue. It's badly written, badly edited, and completely unnecessary. If I hadn't read so much Thompson I liked, I would have chucked the book based on the numerous temporal shifts on the first couple of pages. Luckily, I didn't as rest of the book is up to her usual standards. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 031237285X, Mass Market Paperback)

It took everything in Teresa Farr’s power to return to her hometown of Point Pleasant, West Virginia. Eight years earlier, she had walked in on the savage murders of her father and stepmother—both of whom she hated. She barely managed to save herself and her eight-year-old stepsister, Celeste. But even after notorious serial killer Roscoe Lee Byrnes confessed, people still wondered if Teri was the guilty one. And with Celeste unable to remember that night, or to speak at all, those suspicions never went away…

Now Celeste is beginning to remember. Now Byrnes has recanted his confession. And someone is using a series of bizarre, taunting events to exact terrifying “justice.” As Teri desperately races to uncover the truth, she’s finding that everyone she loves has secrets they would kill to keep buried. And in the bright mountain sunlight, an evil concealed all too well is reaching out to silence her and Celeste forever…

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Eight years after being convicted of brutally murdering Teresa Farr's father and stepmother, the serial killer Roscoe Lee Byrnes recants his confession, forcing Teresa and her stepsister Celeste to return to West Virginia in a bid to uncover the truth.… (more)

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