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Chocolate: Earth’s only hope in a romantic scifi adventure.


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As girls, they bonded over broken homes and growing up in foster care.
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Welcome to Blessings, Georgia, the best small town in the South!


Second Sight
Aoife Clifford

Pegasus Books
July 2019
On Sale: July 2, 2019
272 pages
ISBN: 1643130765
EAN: 9781643130767
Kindle: B07KGJL4NP
Hardcover / e-Book
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Mystery

When Eliza Carmody returns to her small hometown after a destructive wildfire, she witnesses a crime that draws her back into the mysteries of a childhood she thought she'd left behind for good.

When the biggest legal case of her career brings Eliza Carmody back to Kinsale, the hometown she thought she had left forever, she witnesses an old friend commit a crime that sends her on a dangerous quest to uncover the mysteries of her childhood that the rest of the town seems willing to ignore.

With her friend on the run and the police investigating the bones of an unidentified dead body at a historic homestead near town, Eliza becomes convinced that the truth lies in her memories of the New Year's Eve years ago when her friend Grace disappeared from Kinsale forever.

While Eliza desperately explores the connections between the crimes of the present and those of the past, she begins to suspect that no one — even her own family — is telling the truth.

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