When Callie Taylor died, she expected to go to heaven—or maybe hell. Instead, when she was murdered in Dallas by some jerk with a knife and a bad-mommy complex, she went to Alabama. Now she’s seen another murder, and she can’t just let it go; she must find a way to make sure the police figure out who really killed Molly McClatchy before an innocent man goes to prison, all the while trying to determine how and why she woke up dead in Alabama.
While paranormal are not my usual cup o' tea... I have to say that Ms Bond Collins had me rethinking my stance on this genre. The plot, the characters' three-dimensional aspects had me reading and turning the pages faster than I can ever remember.
Yes, it was a fast paced read but the thought and intricate details added to the story line were superb. I commend Bond Collins for such a great read. She had me contemplating the society we live in and what would happen if... oh wait! I don't want to give any spoilers here. All I can say is give this book a try... you will NOT regret it.
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