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Secret Monitor Men (Skye Keller #1)

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Six friends make the ill-advised decision to visit a cemetery well past normal visiting hours. Driven by curiosity and led by their pal, Ray, stubborn in the belief he is right, the men drift deeper into the abyss of the summer solstice night. Eavesdropping on the dead charges a special toll even for the well-intentioned freemason. As lightning flashes in the distant sky, ...more
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Published November 2018 by Inkitt
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Jennifer Riaz
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I fear that I can’t do this book justice in a review but it impressed and delighted me so much that I feel I must try. The characters were likable, relatable and quite more complex then the first chapters led on. In fact, the book itself is more complex in my opinion then your average mystery novel. Biblical, historical, symbolical and, well, mysterious aspects of the plot arise and truly did grip me to the page. The writing is very descriptive and vivid and even now, I can “picture” a few setti ...more
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It is rumoured Jamie was born in the picturesque town of St. Marys. His first real job as a paperboy where he dutifully delivered newspapers by sled or cart before returning home to a copious supply of orange juice & a quadruple stack of blueberry eggos. In the classroom, Jamie spent a lot of time looking out the window, thinking of 'other things,' yet he glided through school. His imagination ...more