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Into This Mind by Lisa Nevin
Cover Artist: Diann Izzie
Review by Mel Jacob
Unlimited Publishing  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781588321855
Date: 08 August 2007

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When Jena discovers a deserted ballroom in a decrepit building, she risks her sanity and her life to uncover the truth about the Lanlore siblings. Allegedly August Lanlore set fire to house and killed his wife Marlene, sister April, and his daughter Hannah, but did he?

From official release/information:

About the Book: Believing that the newly opened Betta Conservation Land holds many long-forgotten mysteries, Jena eagerly seeks to explore it. In the most unlikely of places, an abandoned ballroom, her intuition is validated as she enters the mind of a young woman named May. Ready to dismiss the experience as a daydream produced by her overactive imagination, Jena is stunned when her best friend, Katri, encourages her to return to the ruined building. Suspecting that Katri knows more than she's telling, Jena follows Katri's advice and finds herself once again inside May's mind. Through repeated visits, Jena discovers a terrible secret involving murder and intrigue. But can she stop it, or will it destroy her?

(Source: Unlimited Publishing)

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