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Missing 6

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  • Sales Rank:275,915
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:309
  • Publication Date:February 20, 2013
  • ASIN:B00BJ8BEK2


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Synopsis
An obsessed serial killer offers Jane a choice: lose her mind to save the missing or lose her soul and sacrifice her sister.

“Pejorative mornings prefer mellifluous caramel dogs.” This was Jane’s normal greeting to people who irritated her. She hoped they’d think she was contagious. Jane was born into one of the oldest families in Virginia - the Austen family. With the name of Jane Austen, she had to become a fan of the real Jane Austen. A beautiful historic Virginia Plantation, a quirky family, a flirty handyman, a twirloholic cousin, annoying tourists, a sheltered and chocolate obsessed life. That was how Jane would have described her life. She’d leave out the ugly parts: a schizophrenic mother, an unknown father, mind splitting migraines, a fall down the stairs and six months of amnesia. Jane was always an optimist, or maybe avoiding the truth was part of her problem.

Jane’s old friend Meg wasn’t truth phobic. One day, Meg dashed into an alley for a shortcut but heard a familiar voice behind her. “By the time I was ten, I killed more than Jack the Ripper.” It was Meg’s turn. She woke up chained in a cellar with a task of bearing witness to horrors no one should see. Forgotten by the world and trapped by a psychopath, Meg learns of his obsession with Jane, but he’s always been obsessed with Jane - ever since they were kids.

When Jane has flashbacks of being trapped in the same cellar as Meg, Jane realizes her trip down the stairs wasn’t an accident. With a stalled police investigation and political favors closing all doors to prosecution, Meg’s tormenter is safe. But when his identity is revealed, he offers Jane a choice: lose her mind to save the missing or lose her soul to sacrifice her sister. Jane is missing six months of memories, but the rest of her family wishes they could forget the truth.

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