House in the Woods by Jessica Aiken-Hall

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House in the Woods by Jessica Aiken-Hall
Genre – Mystery, Suspense
Page Count – 284 pages
After finishing her second year of college, Molly Jackson is ready for a relaxing summer. Her only task is to look after her mom, who has been diagnosed with dementia. When her mom goes missing, Molly enlists the help of her older brother. As the search ensues, Molly stumbles upon a flyer for a missing woman from twenty years ago that bears an uncanny resemblance to herself.
Molly can’t ignore the nagging feeling telling her there’s more to the woman’s disappearance than what’s being reported. When she learns her brother and the missing woman were high school sweethearts, she knows she must keep digging. Something is forcing her to push forward and reveal the truth about why Molly feels such a strong connection to the missing woman.
With more and more at stake, Molly scrambles to solve this mystery before it’s too late. The life she knew hangs in the balance as clues come to the surface. What she doesn’t realize is she might uncover some truths she’s not ready to accept. Will she sacrifice everything she has for the chance to find out what really happened?


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 Jessica Aiken-Hall, author of her award-winning memoir, The Monster That Ate My Mommy lives in New Hampshire with her husband, three children, and three dogs. She is a survivor of child abuse and domestic violence and is a fierce advocate. Her mission is to help others share their story.

She has a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling, with over a decade of experience as a social worker. She is also a Reiki Master and focuses her attention on healing.

When she is not writing, she enjoys listening to Tom Petty, walking along the beach, looking at the moon, and watching murder shows. To follow what she’s doing next check out

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