Repressed by Elisabeth Naughton. Published by Montlake

When Sam Parker returns to take a teaching job in her hometown of Hidden Falls 18 years after the murder of her brother, she’s dismayed to see little has changed. The people there are still close mined and insular. Also returning to town is Ethan McClane, but no one recognizes the child psychologist as the insecure, troubled teen from all those years ago, not even Sam. But Ethan remembers her and when the two get together to try to help one of Sam’s students, the sparks fly. But the memories that Sam has repressed for two decades also start to resurface and the more she remembers, the more reason a killer has to be sure that those secrets stay buried..forever. This book gets off to a slow start, and I have to wonder why anyone would return to such a mean spirited town, but the last half of the book picks up and gets exciting

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~ by cayocosta72 on June 27, 2016.

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