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Gideon by Alex Gordon
Review by Drew Bittner
Harper Voyager Trade Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780061687372
Date: 06 January 2015 List Price $14.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK

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When Lauren Reardon loses her father, she gains a mystery. Going through his effects, she discovers an entire lost history that ties her father to a small town named Gideon. Getting there won't be the hard part; surviving her family's unknown legacy, and the terrible schemes of a long-dead sorcerer, will be.

From official release/information:

Product Description: When Lauren's father dies, she makes a shocking discovery. The man she knew as John Reardon was once a completely different person, with a different name. Now, she's determined to find out who he really was, even though her only clues are an old photograph, some letters, and the name of a town--Gideon.

But someone--or something--doesn't want her to discover the truth. A strange man is stalking her, appearing everywhere she turns, and those who try to help her end up dead. Neither a shadowy enemy nor her own fear are going to prevent her from solving the mystery of her father—and unlocking the secrets of her own life.

Making her way to Gideon, Lauren finds herself more confused than ever. Nothing in this small Midwestern town is what it seems, including time itself. Residents start going missing, and Lauren is threatened by almost every townsperson she encounters. Two hundred years ago, a witch was burned at the stake, but in Gideon, the past feels all too chillingly present.

(Source: Harper Voyager)

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