Author: Tabitha Short
Genre: Psychological Thriller, young adult
Kate thought it was something they had left behind long ago when they moved nearly two-thousand miles away, but when her best friend Abby talks her into visiting a psychic, the mystery is reawakened. Twenty-one years ago, four years before she was even born, her older sister had disappeared from the front porch of their cousin’s home. Without witnesses and without any evidence, the case went cold. Abby’s had a crush on Adam for nearly two years and is more than ecstatic when she finally catches his attention. Secretly Kate has liked him since sixth grade and when she learns he is taking a weekend trip to see his brother in the same town where her sister had disappeared, she goes along. As their forbidden romance blooms and betrayal weighs heavily on her heart, she finds herself face to face with her sister’s murderer.
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When she came to, she didn’t know how much time had passed. The hard dirt beneath her was cold against her soft cheek and she could feel someone's heavy presence. Pit pats of dirt pelted on top of her back first in small bits and then in shovel fulls. She couldn’t move because she was too weak. She tried to jiggle an arm, but it was as if her arm muscles weren’t connected to the fibers in her brain anymore. She couldn’t move anything. The scream she wanted so desperately to release was trapped in her dry throat. She was paralyzed. All she could do was lay there and listen as he piled the dirt on top of her. The pain from her broken leg was no longer present and she wondered how that was possible as her vision began to blur. Soon she was unconscious again.