The Girl On Legare Street by Karen White
(Tradd Street)

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Karen White has created an engaging yet thoroughly frustrating twosome with would be lovers, Melanie and Jack. What’s so appealing about them is that their characterization is truthfully rooted in the defenses and coping mechanisms they each have formed due to painful events from their past.
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Acclaimed author Karen White returns with the sequel to the national bestseller The House on Tradd Street.

Melanie has grown accustomed to renovating old houses, but she never imagined she?d have to renovate her own life to include her estranged mother. Ginnette Prioleau Middleton left Charleston thirty-five years ago. She?s returned wanting to protect the daughter she?s never really known after receiving an ominous premonition.

Melanie never wanted to see her mother again, but with some prodding from her partner, Jack Trenholm, she agrees?and begins to rebuild their relationship. Together Melanie and Ginnette buy back their old home. With their combined psychic abilities they expect to unearth some ghosts. But what they find is a vengeful dark spirit whose strength has been growing for decades. It will take unearthing long buried secrets to beat this demon and save what?s left of Melanie?s family?
 

About Karen White

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Karen White is the New York Times bestselling author of fifteen previou books. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband and two children. Author websites: karen-white.com; facebook.com/karenwhiteauthor
 
Published October 28, 2009 by NAL. 352 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Self Help. Fiction
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Linus's Blanket

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Reviewed by Nicole Bonia on Jan 22 2010

Karen White has created an engaging yet thoroughly frustrating twosome with would be lovers, Melanie and Jack. What’s so appealing about them is that their characterization is truthfully rooted in the defenses and coping mechanisms they each have formed due to painful events from their past.

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