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For Connie Boyle, helping a teenage half-ghost find her identity was never a question. But she didn’t plan on finding strength in their friendship or putting an end to a serial killer’s rampage. Fate may have chosen a mouse, but in Connie, it created a lion.
Published April 23rd 2012 by Bradley Publishings
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Emily Ward
This mystery with a splash of paranormal is a great read with lots of twists and turns, likable characters, and a plot that keeps you guessing. I'll write more later, but just know that this is an author to watch!
A.M. Boyle
From the very first page, WALLFLOWER will grab your imagination, planting questions in your mind that beg to be answered. The cast of characters will quickly win you over with their genuine, sometimes quirky personalities and, given the author's strong descriptive writing style, they spring to life on the pages in tangible, unforgettable ways. The story tells a genuine tale of fate, redemption, and personal courage, and explores the concept that we can be connected to people and places, past and ...more
B.C. Brown
Wallflower is a strong debut novel by Jennifer Fields. A mystery set in a small Kansas library, you meet a teenaged ghost a local librarian named Connie Boyles calls Wallflower. This girl is timid and book-loving, a perfect ghost for the local public library.

Connie is a sweet, average Midwestern housewife with an abusive and controlling husband, Donald. Childless, Connie uses her job at the local library to get away from her husband.

There are two different mysteries in this novel. One is to fin
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If she could, Jennifer's ideal home would be down the rabbit hole. Being a natural at finding wonder and magic in everyday things, writing was an easy transition for her. Until the rabbit hole comes on the market, Jennifer will stay in Salem, Oregon where she resides with her husband, daughter and friends of the furry persuasion.
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