Book recommendation: Haven by Kay Hooper
Emma Rayburn lived a quiet life in the sleepy town of Baron Hollow, North Carolina, until she injured her head in a riding accident. Afterwards, her dreams were full of nameless girls being tortured and murdered, nightmares that didn’t seem to have any link with her life…until her estranged sister, Jessie, returned to Baron Hollow. Now an investigator who uses her psychic abilities in her work, Jessie has long been plagued by something that happened to her as a teen girl, before she ran away from Baron Hollow. She’s come back to uncover the truth – and to discover the ones responsible for the deed. Could Emma’s nightmares be connected to Jessie’s quest? But it isn’t just the truth at stake – there’s an evil that’s haunting the present, an evil that has roots in the darkness of the past, and a terrifying violence that neither sister can remember.
I first discovered Kay Hooper through the library, and after I had read the books the library had, I went out and bought copies of her all Bishop novels.