Forty-Four Book Two by Jools Sinclair
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Synopsis

When she was 17, Abby Craig died. But after falling through the ice on a frozen mountain lake and having no vital signs for 44 minutes, she somehow came back to life. It’s taken two years to recover from her accident. And while most of what she lost at the bottom of that dark lake has returned, some things haven’t. Although she is no longer haunted by visions of a serial killer, Abby still sees what others can’t. But she is blind to the darkness closing in all around her…

PRAISE FOR BOOK ONE

“A FANTASTIC novel! 44 was just about impossible to put down once I started. From the very beginning, there was an air of mystery that kept me on the edge of my seat… I highly recommend this fantastic novel!”
The Caffeinated Diva

“Everything from the setting, to the time frame, to the characters, was beautifully developed. This book is truly a gem and I highly recommend it. It literally took my breath away.”
Avery’s Book Review

“Sinclair sucked me in like a vacuum cleaner sucks up dirt. She brings mystery, love, and friendship to the book and weaves a lovely tale.”
Just Another Book Addict

“IMPRESSIVE! 44 is a wolf in sheep’s clothing, and will take readers by storm. With so much information in such a small book it will impress readers to the detail and depth in so few pages. The conclusion will take your breath away. Don’t miss you chance to check out this amazing story.”
The Book Whisperer

“Fantastic, edge of your seat thriller. A MUST READ! It twists you about and as soon as you think you have it all figured out, throws you for the final loop with an ending that will break the hardest heart.”
Wormhole

 

About Jools Sinclair

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Published November 29, 2011 by You Come Too Publishing. 194 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Romance, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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