Good Night Sweet Angel

Good Night Sweet Angel

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by Clare McNally
     
 

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After escaping her marriage, Jenn Galbraith hoped to start a new life with her four-year-old daughter, Emily. But Jenn’s ex-husband has other plans. Evan follows them to their new home in Vermont, determined to take their lives. He succeeds in killing himself and hospitalizing Emily. Comatose and hovering between life and death, Emily meets Tara, a little girl…  See more details below

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After escaping her marriage, Jenn Galbraith hoped to start a new life with her four-year-old daughter, Emily. But Jenn’s ex-husband has other plans. Evan follows them to their new home in Vermont, determined to take their lives. He succeeds in killing himself and hospitalizing Emily. Comatose and hovering between life and death, Emily meets Tara, a little girl who’s also searching for a way back to the world of the living. Upon waking, Emily is delighted to find Tara’s presence has followed her home.

Even in death, Evan seeks to stake his claim to Emily. His vengeful spirit pursues her and is repeatedly thwarted by Tara, the ghost of a child. Tara can hold Evan at bay, but she also has her own agenda. Emily is Tara’s last chance to live again.

As strange events keep mounting, and the death toll increases, Jenn starts to understand that Tara is much more than an imaginary playmate. If Jenn is to save her daughter, she must learn to believe in ghosts…and then she must destroy them.

PRAISE:
"A macabre imagination and a tight rein on your nerves are required for McNally's latest release.” —Publishers Weekly

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
"A macabre imagination and a tight rein on your nerves are required for McNally's latest release.” ~PW on GOOD NIGHT SWEET ANGEL
Academy Award Winning Actress - Octavia Spencer
“[McNally's] CRIES OF THE CHILDREN is one of my all-time favorite books, a real page turner. For mystery and suspense buffs, it's a must read. For sci-fi enthusiasts, it’s a must own. Luckily, I'm both.”
The West Orange Times
“You won’t sleep after you read this one!” ~ on McNally's SOMEBODY COME AND PLAY

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781940941103
Publisher:
Diversion Books
Publication date:
11/22/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
246
Sales rank:
363,696
File size:
359 KB

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Meet the Author

Clare McNally began a successful writing career at the age of 23, with the publication of Ghost House in 1980. She is the author of thirteen novels in the Horror/Supernatural genre, and her best-selling novels have been published in several languages, including Norwegian, Swedish, and Dutch. 

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Good Night, Sweet Angel 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
THis is a very good book .Especially if ur interested in horror& suspense . This book's full of suspence . You would want to keep reading it even after ur scared to death. :) HOpe u enjoy the book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was a great book. It definitely sent chills down my spine and I couldn't put it down.
McDr More than 1 year ago
Wow! This is really a page turner...from the beginning to the end. If the other reviewer actually read the book, they'd know that no animals or children were tortured, only a child frightened. Please don't rate books unless you actually read them.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found the story interesting but it was very simplistic and fairly predictable from the beginning. I liked the writing style but was very bothered by the numerous problems with punctuation and wording. It seriously needs to be proofread and redone. All those errors gave it an amateurish feel. Stephanie Clanahan
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I have heard that children can see things that grown-ups cannot. Perhaps Emily sees her friend as she and her mom work their way through some problems. I would read other books by this author.
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I draw the line when children an dogs are terrorized. Seriously did not understand why...
bebwright More than 1 year ago
Written in third person. A little on the stupid side. Ok ok. A lot on the stupid side. You're not in to the story youre lookin in at the story. As I said "Corny"