Bone Pendant Girls
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Andi, a clairvoyant, buys two bone pendants she believes are carved to look like the faces of two missing teens, and as she begins to unravel the mystery of their disappearances and deaths, she becomes the killer’s next target.
Beware the Fisherman.
Andi Wyndham has communicated with spirits since she was a kid. When a bone pendant carved into the likeness of a girl’s face calls to her at a gem show in Pennsylvania, she can’t resist buying it and a sister piece. When she discovers the girls are missing runaways and the pendants are made of human bone, Andi is drawn into a mystery that will force her to confront her gifts, her guilt, and the ghosts haunting her.
Pendant Girls Mariah and Bennie urge Andi to find a man they call "Fisherman,” a master of disguise. Teaming up with a handsome private eye and a South Carolina sheriff, Andi must find the girls’ bodies and put their souls to rest, before the Fisherman casts his deadly net to trap Andi.
“Wow! Terry S. Friedman’s page-turner debut kept me up late into the night and continues to haunt me long after finishing this ghostly tale of murdered girls who speak from the grave. Beautifully written, Friedman’s lyrical style will lure you in and scare you senseless.” —Annette Dashofy, USA Today bestselling author of the Zoe Chambers Mysteries
“Bone Pendant Girls ripples with suspense.” —Nancy McKinley, author of St. Christopher on Pluto
“Friedman did a skillful job of giving just enough description mixed with dialogue, humor, and viewpoints that intricately bound the story together in a real page turner. It made me laugh, tear up, and cry at the end.” —C. C. Scharon, author of suspense thrillers Murder Me Too, Blood Never Washes Out, and Scottish historical romance series Highland Legends
“Full of paranormal twists, Bone Pendant Girls is a supernatural thriller about trust and acceptance.” —Foreword Reviews
“VERDICT: Friedman’s fast-paced thriller is both heart-pounding and heart-wrenching. Share with fans of paranormal psychological suspense in the vein of Karen Brown’s The Clairvoyants.” —Library Journal, audio starred review