The Pigeons' Secrets by Ray Fawley
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“A novel of psychological horror that’s shrewdly developed in the manner of a whodunit-style mystery, The Pigeons’ Secrets unfolds its story in a compelling narrative that keeps the reader wanting to know what happens next—and then some.”
—Ken Hanke, Scarlet Street magazine

Since the age of two, Marianne Letto has lived with her grandparents. After a heart attack claims her grandfather’s life, torment arrives in the form of terrorizing pigeons. But their attacks aren’t limited to Marianne’s nightmares—they’ve invaded her waking world as well.

Eleven-year-old Marianne is only trying to protect herself and to end the wrath of the pigeons. But in her haste to escape a living nightmare, her missing butterfly brooch becomes a haunting connection to her secrets. Ten years later, a new job at the Silver Periwinkle restaurant seems to promise a new life, which actually materializes when she finds out that some of her new coworkers have shared the same childhood
 

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Published September 5, 2005 by iUniverse. 227 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Crime. Fiction

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