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Haunted Sister
Lael Littke
0805057293
September 1998
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
Part ghost story, part psychological drama, this eerie account of a near-death experience is sure to draw teenage thrill-seekers. Beginning with the sentence, "It was raining on the day I died," narrator Janine recounts how, following a car accident, she is taken to a place filled with "mists and fog," where she is reunited with her dead twin sister, Lenore. When Janine returns to the world of the living, Lenore is there with her, invading her thoughts and learning to control her body. Lenore, who was always the more mischievous of the two, makes Janine do things against her will, like snubbing her boyfriend, Scott, while he recovers from the same car accident; flirting with Scott's hospital roommate, football-hero Rafe; and shoplifting a bracelet. Janine's doctor attributes her patient's belief in Lenore to a...


Lake of Secrets
Lael Littke
0805067302
May 2002
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
Fifteen-year-old Carlene's brother went missing three years before she was born, and although he is presumed dead, their mother has never abandoned hope of finding him. When a piece of evidence surfaces in Lake Isadora, where Keith disappeared, her mother moves back there with Carlene, setting up the premise for Littke's (Haunted Sister) exciting though not always well-executed mystery. When they arrive in Lake Isadora, something strange happens: Carlene experiences weird flashes of memory, even though she's never been there before, and soon learns that the memories belong to a woman who drowned in the lake the day Keith disappeared. Now Carlene, previously impatient with her mother's unreasonable hope, is the one who may be able to solve the mystery. A few character flourishes feel belabored (J.P., a small boy...


Almost Sisters: The Company of Good Women
Nancy Anderson
1590385764
June 2006
Paperback
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Book Description
Three women from diverse backgrounds and lifestyles are drawn together at a BYU Women’s Conference through a sharing of problems and a Guilty Secret. Juneau, named after the city in which she was born, hopes the conference will help to re-center her life. Erin, a recent convert to the Church, comes to the conference to see if Mormons are really as perfect as she has been led to believe. And Willadene, a dedicated homemaker, attends the conference for not much more reason than finding a new recipe for homemade yogurt. What each woman finds instead is a unique bond and the beginning of an enduring friendship that inspires and sustains them through the challenges of life. This entertaining novel captures the joys and occasional perils of friendship as it explores one of the most important relationships in a...


Searching for Selene
Lael Littke
1590381793
September 2003
Paperback
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Stories from the Life of Joseph Smith
Richard E. Turley, Jr.
1570089159
April 2003
Hardcover
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