Haven by Kay Hooper
(A Bishop/SCU Novel)

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...the basic investigative errors made by just about all of the characters seem to come straight from a schlock horror film with the audience yelling, “Don’t go in there!”
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THE NEW BISHOP/SCU NOVEL

After years away, Jessie Rayburn has finally returned home—unwelcomed—to a town of menacing whispers: Baron Hollow, North Carolina. It’s as though she never left. That’s why she’s so afraid.

She left behind her estranged sister, Emma, who has her own secrets to protect. But Emma is afraid to reveal what’s really troubling her and keeping her awake—strange dreams of women being murdered, brutally, viciously. Now, in this conspiracy of silence, Emma’s bad dreams are becoming more real than ever.

Even with the help of Noah Bishop, cofounder of Haven, the group of psychic investigators that Jessie works for, Jessie and Emma fear they won’t be able to outrun the secrets buried in Baron Hollow—or the evil targeting them one last time.
 

About Kay Hooper

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Kay Hooper, who has more than thirteen million copies of her books in print worldwide, has won numerous awards and high praise for her novels. She lives in North Carolina.
 
Published July 31, 2012 by Jove. 332 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Other, Romance. Fiction
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Critic reviews for Haven
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Kirkus

Excellent
Jul 15 2012

Hooper is a good storyteller and manages to make it all seem believable. A paranormal thriller that’s sure to please both Hooper’s fans and those who like the genre.

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Publishers Weekly

Below average
Jun 18 2012

...the basic investigative errors made by just about all of the characters seem to come straight from a schlock horror film with the audience yelling, “Don’t go in there!”

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Excellent
Reviewed by Csalima on Aug 26 2012

Hooper’s writing grabs the reader by the throat and she doesn’t let go until the last page is turned.

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