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What really happened to Laughs in the Wind? When Anne Mitchell was 11 years old, something happened to her that erased the whole first decade of her life. Twenty-five years later, she has come home to re-claim her past. Oh, she gets it. She understands that something profoundly evil lurks in the swirling purple haze of her amnesia. Fear of facing that secret held her hostage. Like a schoolyard bully, it twisted her arm behind her back and forced her to accept that her life began in the dirt beside the ditch where the family station wagon burned like hell had opened up a crack in the world right there in the back seat. For 25 years, she was enslaved by what she called the Boogie Man-- images from her lost childhood that appeared in the shadows behind her reflection in mirrors and wine glasses, haunted her dreams and attacked her in screaming night terrors.В Then the monster shattered her career.В And Anne saw him in her dying mothers eyes.В With her last breath, Susan Mitchell begged for her daughters forgiveness. She didnt mean for it to happen, she gasped, but shell burn in hell for what she did all the same.В What did her mother do? Anne has to know.В So she has come home to a small Texas prairie town to live with her crazy grandmother in the rambling old house where she grew up to take her stand against the Boogie Man. But Anne isnt really prepared for how expensive remembering might be. The cost of her memories could very well be her sanity.В Each new revelation loosens Annes grip on reality. Surely her crazy grandmother didnt do THAT to Annes beloved parakeet! Yes, the old woman DID! No ... actually, she didnt.В The horror that attacks her in the garage--it cant possibly be real...can it?В And most important: what happened to the little girl with a face like a china doll whose name was Laughs in the Wind?В The Boogie Man knows.В He also knows Annes here. He knows its showtime. And he knows what she doesnt--that Anne might very well have to pay for her past with her future, that the cost of remembering could be her life. READERS PRAISE (Goodreads and Amazon.com) Hammon writes stories full of empathy, raw honesty and grace. Her characters are memorable, the dialogue believable. No Ninie Hammon book allows you to coast through without being changed. Bestselling author Eric Wilson, Top 100 Amazon Reviewer A psychological suspense story with a female protagonist who has amnesia. Thats the premise of this womens fiction. Its about what happened that erased Anne Mitchells past. But what remembering might mean to her future remains a mystery. Thrillers and suspense lovers will gobble this novel up. CityPM Just when you think you know whats going on (just like Anne) WHAM, theres something more to it. The story unfolds like a graceful origami animal that sinks its teeth in and doesnt let go. Loretta Lynn В Riveting riveting riveting, page turner- all the cliches- but theyre true. Ninie Hammons ability to weave that magic carpet threaded with emotion, suspense and hope is second to none. Look out Dean Koontz, you have a serious rival! Karen Pillay Ninie Hammon is fast becoming my favorite mystery, thrillers and suspense author.
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