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Kill Me Again

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In her dreams, her life was not her own. Awake, the threat of danger was real. Everyone said tha she was crazy. But when Alexis dreamed of dying, she knew she had been killed before. And if it had happened once, it could happen again. From the author of Whispers From the Grave.
Paperback, 293 pages
Published September 1st 1996 by Jove
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This must be one of the shortest synopses ever, but yet it still intrigued me enough to request a review copy of this book through Netgalley. Let me start by saying that Kill Me Again did not dissapoint in the slightest. When I first started this book, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I thought this was going to be a ghost story, or at least a story about a girl who dreams about a past life. While that’s partly true, this novel is so much more as well. Alexis travels back to the town where her Mom ...more
Jun 09, 2012 Stephanie rated it really liked it
middle school & up

Alexis & family have just moved back to her mom's old hometown. Soon, Alexis begins experiencing weird deja vu and remembering things that happened to someone else. The someone else is her aunt Nan who left home years ago and never came back. No one has seen or heard from her since. Alexis becomes convinced that this is because Nan is dead and that her killer is still out there and now is after Alexis. She thinks she is in danger because she believes she is the reincarn
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May 13, 2012 Ms. Yingling rated it liked it
1996, reissued by Andrews McMeel 3 April 2012

Alex and her younger sister True move to a small town in Washington state to live with her grandparents after her mother loses her job. Even though Alex was only there one time when she was a year old, she suffers from constant deja vu. Not only that, but she looks exactly like her aunt Nan, who ran away to marry her boyfriend after a fight with her father. When Alex finds out that on her last visit, she found the body of Judy Fitzwater drowned in a p
Jan 28, 2013 Amber rated it liked it
Shelves: murder, mystery, netgalley
Review based on ARC! Merci beaucoup Andrews McMeel Publishing et Netgalley

Alexis was always told that she shared a lot of characteristics with Nan, her aunt who disappeared when she was a teenager. It isn't until she starts having strange dreams about dying that she believes that her aunt was murdered, not living it up on a sunny tropical island. Who doesn't like a good mystery? Who doesn't like a story about reincarnation? And now you know why I requested this book! While the mystery was solid,
Aug 21, 2012 Kari rated it liked it
Shelves: kindle, 2012
I really enjoyed Kill Me Again. The whole idea of reincarnation and karma is a fascinating subject. The book starts when Alexis moves to her mother's hometown and things seem start to seem familiar to her. The problem is that she hasn't been in the town since she was a toddler. She also looks exactly like her aunt Nan, who supposedly ran away from home when she was 17. Is she the reincarnation of her aunt or is she just imagining things?

This book has a little something for every YA reader. Ther
I received this book for free from NetGalley.

When I first started to really enjoy reading books as a young adult, Mary Higgins Clark was my all time favorite author. As I got older, my tastes changed but I still hold a special place for her style of mystery writing. This book brought me back to that time. This is a mystery. There is a strong heroine. The plot is a bit predictable but there's a really good story that keeps you wanting to finish. All the things that made me fall in love with Clark
Elizabeth B
May 01, 2012 Elizabeth B rated it did not like it
Unfortunately, I am unable to review this title as provided. The electronic galley sent to me was a mess of formatting glitches and omissions, including the absence of quotation marks or any punctuation. Although I requested a corrected copy, the publisher never responded. I sincerely hope this issue is resolved before an ebook of this title is released to the public. I’m giving it one star not for content (as I can’t be a judge of this at all) but for readability…of which there was zero. Should ...more
Sakura Koneko
Aug 12, 2007 Sakura Koneko rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: anyone who likes the supernatural
This book is very interesting in it's way of going about subject of reincarnation and creating an immerse mystery about memories and murder the entire time.

I'm usually not a fan of murder mystery books (which is sort of what this was), but I really enjoyed this book.
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Aug 20, 2011 Ann Jacob rated it it was amazing
A thrilling book! Can't keep the book down until you finish it. It keeps you reading on and on. Written so cleverly. Awesome book!!
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Leslie Rule is the best-selling author of two suspense novels and four nonfiction books on ghosts. She has also published dozens of articles in national magazines, including a November, 2005 article on ghosts and murder in READER'S DIGEST.

Leslie grew up in a family of writers in a creaky old house on a windy cliff which overlooked Puget Sound. "My mother (author Ann Rule) made it no secret that o
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