Author: Lis Wiehl with Pete Nelson
Reading level: Adult
Size: Hard Cover, 336 pages
Release Date: October 2011
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Stand Alone or Series: The East Salem Trilogy Book #1
Source: BookSneeze in exchange for an honest review
First Line: “Tommy Gunderson woke in the middle of the night to the howling of the wind and the siren of his home’s security system.”
All towns have secrets. Some have demons.
Welcome to East Salem. A sleepy town with a history older than America where things are just a bit off. Where the supernatural bleeds into the everyday.
And where a tragic murder mystery is underway. A high school girl is found dead in the town park. And where forensic psychiatrist Dani Harris wants answers. All the suspects are teenagers who were at the party with her the night before-but who woke up the next morning with no memory of what transpired. Even though evidence confirms they were all at the scene of the crime.
Former pro-football linebacker-and local celebrity-Tommy Gunderson finds himself drawn to the case. And to Dani-who he last spoke with on their one high school date forever ago. Yet his celebrity status opens doors barred to Dani-so they form an awkward alliance.
They soon realize that there’s more to the mystery than murder. And more to the evil they are facing than a mere human killer.
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