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Too Many Secrets

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Alex Carlisle is dead and buried in the Carlisle Cabin basement, his head bashed in with a shovel when a private party turned deadly.

Two young women swore to keep the secret of what happened one cold January night in 1979-the night a murderer was born in the picturesque mountain community of Pinewood, California. Seventeen years later, three more people died at the Carlis

Hardcover, 326 pages
Published November 23rd 2004 by Zumaya Publications (first published April 2004)
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Mar 27, 2008 Tami rated it liked it
The town of Pinewood is full of secrets. The strangest of these secrets are those surrounding the haunting of the Carlisle Cabin. Known as a party cabin in the seventies, the Carlisle Cabin's reputation suddenly and forever changes when the Carlisle's teenage son Alex goes missing. The last place Alex had been seen was the Carlisle Cabin. Most people in the town thought the boy had simply ran away from home but others knew better. Then, in 1996, a brutal triple homicide occurred at the Cabin ...more
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Linda Himes Guyan's love of mysteries began with the Nancy Drew Mystery Stories, then took a turn when she was influenced by the tales of Edgar Allen Poe.

That love of the mysterious became a lifelong passion that eventually led to crafting her own tales of murder and suspense, often adding a touch of the supernatural and genealogy. Through the years, her writing expanded to include poetry, short s
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