By Laura Jane Cassidy

Jacki King is fifteen and adjusting to her new lifestyles in a small village. She's lacking Dublin yet she's making new buddies: creative Colin, feisty Emily - and Nick, lovely but unavailable. yet no quicker is Jacki settled than the torturous complications and nightmares commence - through 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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Said Des. ‘Just a trim,’ said Mum. ’ How creepy, I thought. Poor Mum, she was way too polite for her own good. ‘It’s very nice … very … shiny,’ said Des with an elaborate hand movement that I presumed was supposed to convey shine. Then he went slightly red and started to mumble something under his breath. Unable to watch his cringeworthy antics any longer, I turned and headed for the road, saying I was just going to get something from the shop. We were running low on bread, but I was really just hoping to see Nick again.

I was wearing a short purple velvet dress that I’d bought in a vintage shop, black fishnet tights and black Converse. Although Colin wasn’t really my type, he had a certain cuteness, so I was glad I’d made an effort. Colin hadn’t said much during dinner but he seemed nice. He had happily obliged when Brigid suggested that he bring me into the sitting room to watch TV, but he totally avoided making eye contact with me. I don’t normally like people who do this – it makes me uneasy. But I decided to let Colin off the hook, as he just seemed to be a bit shy.

I loved owning stuff that other people didn’t have, instead of just buying everything in the high street. Of course I loved shopping there too – I didn’t say no to any kind of shopping! But I always found such great stuff in unexpected places. My top five finds so far had been a rare Thin Lizzy T-shirt, an old typewriter that someone had painted pink, an 80s tartan miniskirt, a vintage microphone and a gorgeous black lace dress. You had to root around to find the really good stuff, so I was proud of my unearthed treasures.

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