Jessica Branton: How to Experience Death for Beginners


Jessica Branton, June Lorraine Roberts, how to experience death for beginners, murder in common

 

Mystery in the girl

Available February 14th

A young psychic has a serial killer on her radar. Blurred representations are mixed with images of a new student at her school, a boy that she is attracted to. He seems very interested in her and at times, desperate to be around her.

The police are suspicious of Casey even as she struggles with the visions that come to her. She’s hidden this ‘curse’ all her life. How can she explain her reluctance to explain it while at the same time, use what she has to stop the murders?

If you have a young crime fiction fan in the family, this YA book may hit the spot. Jessica Branton wrote this when she was fourteen years old and is now a writing instructor at Georgia Southern University.

~ June Lorraine

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4 comments

  1. I greatly enjoy murder mysteries, if you haven’t guessed. Thanks of the reviews!

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