Back to Salem (A Jessie Mercer Mystery) (A Jessie Mercer Mystery)

Back to Salem A Jessie Mercer Mystery A Jessie Mercer Mystery Jessie Mercer has it all fame fortune and a best selling murder mystery being made into a movie starring the alluring Taylor Andrews When disturbing real life events begin mimicking the movie s plot

  • Title: Back to Salem (A Jessie Mercer Mystery) (A Jessie Mercer Mystery)
  • Author: Alex Marcoux
  • ISBN: 9781560232254
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jessie Mercer has it all fame, fortune and a best selling murder mystery being made into a movie starring the alluring Taylor Andrews When disturbing, real life events begin mimicking the movie s plot, Jessie and Taylor find themselves drawn into a cosmic web of passion, treachery, and deception that began centuries ago As the terror mounts, Jessie realizes she is theJessie Mercer has it all fame, fortune and a best selling murder mystery being made into a movie starring the alluring Taylor Andrews When disturbing, real life events begin mimicking the movie s plot, Jessie and Taylor find themselves drawn into a cosmic web of passion, treachery, and deception that began centuries ago As the terror mounts, Jessie realizes she is the target and must go back all the way back to Salem, where answers to the mystery unfold before the evil from the past destroys her

    One thought on “Back to Salem (A Jessie Mercer Mystery) (A Jessie Mercer Mystery)”

    1. I read this book about a month ago. I normally don't read this type of book because I don't like to be scared. I wasn't scared, but was very entertained and excited by the plot and the characters involved. This is an extremely compelling book that was hard to put down. I would recommend this read to anyone.

    2. Generally speaking I don't like mysteries with reincarnation or esper powers, because inevitably the ending revolves around either the past life, or the person's esper powers solving the case. This book is guilty of BOTH. *lol*Worse, the main villain, on catching the heroine, actually EXPLAINS his whole evil scheme to her. Seriously. I thought only characters in b-movies did that anymore. The romantic subplot is decent, but other than that. I'd suggest passing on this one.

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