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The Blood Lights

3.50  ·  Rating details ·  4 ratings  ·  3 reviews
The Blood Lights are the last thing you’ll see…

They victimize all…

Jezzie Mitchell is in anguish; with her brother’s murder still on her mind, she’s noticed strange behavior among the girls in the residential treatment center where she works. Is there a connection between the contagion on Cape Cod and the deadly Bahamas vacation that changed her life?

Jezzie reaches out t
Paperback, 166 pages
Published June 4th 2018 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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Nobody believes the Blood Lights to be a threat, for they're unaware of their very existence. Lou Collins has sacrificed his personal life in pursuit of the truth, yet his work is regarded as fiction. Jezzie Mitchell is reminded of her brother's vicious murder, when she observes dangerous, yet familiar behaviour. Bridgette Collins uses her knowledge to get ahead, and further her career at the expense of humanity. All are connected, and all will fall victim to the Blood Lights.

(WARNING: This revi
Jul 03, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Just... wow. This book is different from anything I have read before. The strength, the intensity of Pascale's writing shines from the very first paragraph. When I read just the prologue I stopped and showed it to other people "Check this out!".

Short chapters built from the characters' thoughts and ripped out in the sharpest way, keep you alert along all the book. The editing and grammar are great, but now I don't care about the technical aspects of the book, because I'm really excited about thi
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