Going Under

Going Under

by Jennifer M. Barry
     
 

Chase Bradford, king of New York City's high school elite, is dragged to Nashville for his senior year at St. Ambrose Academy. On his second day, the Queen Bee is found dead in the school swimming pool. Chase isn't surprised, since he saw a vision on the water's surface during swim practice just hours before Cheyenne died.

Before Chase can properly freak out, he

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Overview

Chase Bradford, king of New York City's high school elite, is dragged to Nashville for his senior year at St. Ambrose Academy. On his second day, the Queen Bee is found dead in the school swimming pool. Chase isn't surprised, since he saw a vision on the water's surface during swim practice just hours before Cheyenne died.

Before Chase can properly freak out, he discovers snarky writer Natalie and narcoleptic computer genius Bryan also possess unusual gifts. The three must work together to discover how Cheyenne died and why...before the killer can get away with it. But Natalie and Bryan are from different social circles and pose a threat to Chase's elite status. High school politics are nothing new to Chase, but the psychic abilities are.

The list of suspects isn't surprising, since few people actually liked the popular queen of the elite. Chase, Natalie, and Bryan follow every vision, every lead - even Cheyenne's own father - right up to the shocking end.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781492159407
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
08/13/2013
Pages:
234
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.53(d)

Meet the Author

Jennifer M. Barry knows she's in trouble when people use her whole name, so just Jen is fine. In addition to writing and editing, she loves to drink coffee, consume entirely too much Cherry Garcia, laugh at herself on her blog, and watch live music. Jen lives in Nashville with her husband, Liam. They just bought their first house and are freaking out about taxes, redecorating, return on investment, and a million other grown-up things. Life is officially weird.

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