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by Mignon F. Ballard

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ISBN:
1933523689
Author:
Mignon F. Ballard
Category:
Genre Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Bella Rosa Books (April 24, 2009)
Pages:
232 pages
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1596 kb
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1601 kb
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1966 kb
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Rating:
4.2
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Daring and impulsive, Laney McCall lived for the moment.

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By (author) Mignon F. Ballard.

ALSO BY. Mignon F. Angel at Troublesome Creek. Minerva Cries Murder. Aunt Matilda’s Ghost. Angel to. Die For. Printed in the. United States of America. No part of this book may be used. or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written. permission except in the case of brief quotations embodied in.

by Mignon F. Daring and impulsive, Laney McCall lived for the moment. And now she was dead. Select Format: Hardcover. Her battered body had washed ashore in mist-enshrouded waters below desolate Crybaby Bridge. An accident, they said. After three months of plaguing misgivings, Laura Graham, Laney's cousin and lifelong friend, returns to their small hometown of Redpath, South Carolina, and her high school reunion, determined to find some answers to Laney's puzzling death.

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Mignon F. Ballard is an American author of mystery novels.

Mignon F. Mignon was born close to Halloween and thus always enjoyed telling ghost stories around the local cemetery along with her friends and sister. Mignon has her degree in journalism from the University of Georgia. She lives in South Carolina with her husband Gene, has two adult daughters and five grandchildren. Mignon Ballard became a published novelist with Aunt Matilda’s Ghost in 1978. Her next novel wouldn’t be for another eight years, which would be Raven Rock.

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Daring and impulsive, Laney McCall lived for the moment. And now she was dead. Her battered body had washed ashore in mist-enshrouded waters below desolate Crybaby Bridge. An accident, they said.

After three months of plaguing misgivings, Laura Graham, Laney's cousin and lifelong friend, returns to their small hometown of Redpath, South Carolina, and her high school reunion, determined to find some answers to Laney's puzzling death.

When a search of Laney's bungalow reveals a locket belonging to the long-dead child Amanda, Laura realizes she is enmeshed in not one mystery, but two. Then, at a class picnic at Willowbend, home of the locally prominent Squires family, she is lured to the cupola by a haunting music box tune. Later, the same fragile song entices her to follow an elusive figure in white to Amanda's lonely grave in the Squires Family cemetery.

"I'm going to meet Amanda," Laney had said before she died. Had she discovered a dangerous secret?

Now, in what she assumed was the sheltering town of her childhood, Laura must uncover the secret of Amanda's life before she can come face to face with her irrational fear of Crybaby Bridge and the truth about her cousin's death.

  • Fiarynara
I really like this book and read it through in one sitting. It kept me reading to solve the mystery.
  • Bil
Good, easy,enjoyable to read
  • Grinin
I didn't like this book.
  • Vosho
This is obviously a reprint of an old book of Ms. Ballard, for I read it at least 15 - 20 years ago. I am ordering another copy because I remember loving it. It was scary, suspensful, well written.