The Singing Stones by Phyllis A. Whitney

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The Singing Stones

From the Edgar Award–winning “queen of the American gothics”: A troubled girl in a remote mountain home grapples with a terrifying secret (TheNew York Times).
 
New York clinical psychologist Lynn McLeod has never backed away from a child in need. But a plea for her services in Blue Ridge country tries Lynn’s compassion. Ten-year-old Jilly is no random traumatized girl. She’s the daughter of Lynn’s unfaithful ex-husband, Stephen. Despite the turbulent emotions it stirs in her, Lynn can’t say no. Perhaps this is her last chance to heal her own wounds . . .
 
From the outside, the Ashe’s cliffside home is an architectural dream. Inside it’s something closer to a nightmare, filled with suspicion, menace, and psychic visions. With an absentee mother off in pursuit of her career and a dispirited father, Jilly can only confide in Lynn, whom she trusts with her most shocking secrets—including those involving murder. With premonitions of another death to come, only Lynn can save Jilly—and the man she once loved—from a mystery that’s about to destroy them all.
 
From the New York Times–bestselling “master of suspense” (Mary Higgins Clark) comes a chilling brew of family secrets and paranormal fears that’s “rock-solid, reliable Whitney” (Kirkus Reviews).
 
This ebook features an illustrated biography of Phyllis A. Whitney including rare images from the author’s estate.
 
Publisher: Open Road Media Romance ISBN: 9781504046992 Pages: 346