Island Of Lost Girls - Jennifer McMahon Reviews
Description:ISBN 751542687 / Genre: Mystery / Author: Jennifer McMahon / Paperback / 272 Pages / Book is published 2009-09-03 by Sphere
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While parked at a gas station, Rhonda sees something so incongruo ...
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When Rhonda Farr stops off at her local mini mart and petrol station she doesn't expect to witness a kidnapping. While having her car filled she sees a neighbor's little girl get out of her mother's car and trustingly puts her hands into the paws of a six foot tall white rabbit. It's so bizarre it doesn't register until both rabbit and girl get into a car, which pulls out, leaving her motionless until the girl's mother starts to scream for her child. As the town of Pike's Crossing gears up for a manhunt Rhonda remembers another time in the past when her own friend, Lizzy also disappeared, though it doesn't seem likely there was any connection. Still, there ... Read the complete review
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