By Joan Collin Afman
No one in Mill Pond will talk about what happened at the Lakeside Inn at the tenth reunion of the class of ‘fifty-one. But—when Jaime Reid finds an old diary that foretells the massacre that took place there, she is caught up in a web of psychic intrigue.
New acquaintances are eerily familiar to her, as is the town itself. Jaime begins to believe that reincarnation is not just a way-out theory, but a real possibility, and that she and her former classmates have “come back” to prevent the same thing from happening all over again.
What They Are Saying About The Last Time We Were Here
“If you don’t mind staying up late, I suggest you read “The Last Time We Were Here.”
This spine-tingling, intriguing plot will keep you turning the pages, and leave you eager for more”.
“Joan Afman’s “The Last Time We Were Here,” is a thrilling read , filled with twists and turns. I couldn’t put it down.”
Traci E. Hall
author of Boadicea’s Legacy