Igniting The Spark To Trigger It All

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Twins Mindy and Winter are enjoying a peaceful jog when they are attacked by a killer. Three days later, Mindy wakes in a hospital and is told Winter was raped, stabbed, and died shortly after arriving at the hospital. Mindy has survived but her memory has not. Forced to relearn everything and live with a husband she doesn't remember, Mindy comes across her own diaries that reveal shocking secrets. She begins to retrieve her memory but keeps it silent for fear the killer will find out and come after her. She gets...

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Overview

Twins Mindy and Winter are enjoying a peaceful jog when they are attacked by a killer. Three days later, Mindy wakes in a hospital and is told Winter was raped, stabbed, and died shortly after arriving at the hospital. Mindy has survived but her memory has not. Forced to relearn everything and live with a husband she doesn't remember, Mindy comes across her own diaries that reveal shocking secrets. She begins to retrieve her memory but keeps it silent for fear the killer will find out and come after her. She gets flashbacks of that ominous day but the killer's face remains veiled in fog. One more person is dead and another has gone missing. Can Mindy clear the fog and remember her sister's killer before he decides she has become a threat? In this small town, people begin to point fingers and some point to Mindy's husband.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781413792232
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 9/12/2005
  • Pages: 198
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.45 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2006

    A great who-dun-it that I never could figure out

    Great first novel that is a remarkable page turner. The author's technique of putting you inside the murder's head from time to time but never the identity really kept my interest to the end.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 26, 2005

    Great first novel!

    The plot in this book was intriguing and well thought out. I found myself trying to guess the killer only to change my mind and pick another suspect. This kept me in suspense virtually till the end. I liked how short the chapters are because it added to the mystery. I'm impressed with this first novel from this new author.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 19, 2005

    Enjoyable from front to back

    This book hooked me from page one and reeled me at a feverish pace all the way to the end..Not only a who done it but a why done it...Short chapters keep the pace quick and will furnish you with much trouble in putting this book down...If you enjoy a good mystery thrill ride, you have found one in this book.

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