By Laura Jane Cassidy
Jacki King is fifteen and adjusting to her new existence in a small village. She's lacking Dublin yet she's making new pals: inventive Colin, feisty Emily - and Nick, wonderful but unavailable. yet no quicker is Jacki settled than the torturous complications and nightmares start - via unusual visions, voices and signs...Jacki refuses to think that whatever paranormal is occurring. yet then she discovers the unsolved homicide that happened within the village years sooner than ...
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Maybe I was so fixated on the dream because I didn’t have anything more exciting to distract me. Clearly my anxiety over the move to Avarna had created a recurring nightmare composed of random memories. Once I felt settled I was sure it would go away. I should spend more time exploring the village, I thought. I’m sure there were interesting little corners I hadn’t yet discovered. Places like that café and the garden by the river, and that cute little clothes shop. It looked expensive but maybe I’d call in anyway … Eventually, after the distraction of planning my tour of the village, my brain shut down and I fell into a welcome dream-free sleep.
It’s lovely,’ I said. Lydia looked thoughtful for a moment. ‘Yes, it is nice,’ she agreed. ’ called Brigid from the doorway. ’ ‘I’d better go,’ I said. ’ ‘Yes, definitely drop in,’ said Lydia. ’ Colin walked me out to the shop door and even gave me a hug as we said our goodbyes. I lay in bed that night smiling, pleased that I’d actually made a new friend. Colin was so cool and, as an added bonus, he knew Nick really well. I realized Nick had a girlfriend, but maybe they hadn’t been going out that long.
Then when he wasn’t flicking through the channels he was fidgeting with the button on his shirtsleeve. He twisted it round and round and round. Just think of something to say, Jacki. Anything at all. Round and round it twirled, then – ping! – the button bounced on to the wooden floor and rolled away, skimming the rug and disappearing from view. Colin’s face went bright red. I stood up to look for it. ‘It’s OK. It doesn’t matt–’ ‘I think it went over here,’ I said. I knelt down to check under a glass-fronted cabinet, but was distracted by the unusual objects inside.
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