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Sleepwalking Into Darkness (The James Women Trilogy #2)

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Sometimes to change the future, you have to unearth the past...

Nineteen years have passed since Cindy James endured therapy and reconciled the demons of her childhood, but a new secret threatens to plunge her deeper into the twisted world of the James women. Desperate for answers, Cindy travels across the country with her husband, Tony, and her daughter, Lexi, and uncovers
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Paperback, 210 pages
Published August 11th 2013 by Eric Praschan (first published August 10th 2013)
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Joanne
Feb 08, 2015 Joanne rated it liked it
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The James women's story continues, with more history being revealed.

Tony & Cindy have married and now live in Arkansas and have a daughter, Lexi. Things are well and Tony has been asked to do an interview with Psychology Today. He is departing for that interview when he leaves a pink envelope for Cindy.

Cindy opens the envelope and finds a letter to her from her mother. Her mother has asked he to look into the chess set that Cindy brought from the mansion. Inside the chess set she finds a whi
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Jul 04, 2014 Dezra rated it liked it
A continuation of Therapy for Ghosts with an interesting backstory. Unfortunately, Grandma Elaine evolved into a one-dimensional character. Still, a good read.
Carli Noffke
Sep 06, 2013 Carli Noffke rated it it was amazing
After reading "Therapy for Ghosts", I very anxiously awaited this second book. I'm excited to say that this book was even better than the first. You can really feel the story take on a fast-paced life of it's own, and you are just a passenger along for the ride! The twists and turns are exhilarating and startling, leaving you with an inability to stop turning pages. Before you know it, you've turned the last page and find yourself flipping back through, looking for anything you might have missed ...more
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Nov 05, 2013 Elaine rated it liked it
I liked the suspense in Part 3 of this book, the second in the series. Before that the story was a bit too dramatic and far-fetched.
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Eric Praschan lives in Columbia, Missouri, with his wife. He loves suspense fiction books like an addiction. He has a background in drama, music, teaching, and theology. Some of his hobbies include watching college football and monster movies, listening to hard rock music, and playing basketball.
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Other Books in the Series

The James Women Trilogy (3 books)
  • Therapy for Ghosts (The James Women Trilogy, #1)
  • The Reckoning (The James Women Trilogy #3)

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