Black for Remembrance by Carlene Thompson

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Caroline Webb knows what it means to lose the person you love most. Twenty years ago, her five-year-old daughter, Hayley, was the light of her life, her treasure, her angle. Then came the terrible day when Hayley was kidnapped from her favorite swing. More than a month passed before her burned, lifeless body was found. All that remained was the silence of Caroline's heartache—and her guilt...

Now, Caroline has started over with a new husband. She even has another precious daughter, Melinda. She thinks she has put the ghosts of her past behind her. But without warning, those ghosts once again start to echo in the night. Suddenly, Hayley's favorite doll reappears...strange murders rock the Webbs' small town...Caroline even claims she has heard the voice of the little girl she lost all those years ago. Could Hayley still be out there somewhere, somehow? Now a killer waits in the wings—waiting to make Caroline live her worst nightmare yet...


About Carlene Thompson

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Carlene Thompson has a background in English and lives in Point Pleasant, West Virginia, with her husband Keith. When Carlene isn't writing, she's caring for the many dogs and cats she's taken in over the years, including lively, toy-loving Lindsay.
Published January 1, 1991 by New English Library. 256 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Romance, Horror, Crime. Fiction

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Mary Higgins Clark fans take note: Here's an imitation loaded with more mystery and suspense than the real thing.

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Twenty years ago, Caroline Webb’s five-year-old daughter, Hayley, was kidnapped and Caroline’s world ended.

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