There is someone who will stop at nothing to make The Reunion a horrifying trip down memory lane; a week that will rock the hallowed halls of Sierra Palma High to its core . . .
With the help of unlikely heroine and former Prom Queen, Jaime Carrere, who must now face the demons of her past, The Reunion is a page turning thriller from start to finish.
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“He was sitting on the patio of a busy restaurant during lunch hour with a glass of Chardonnay. The fizzling embers at the end of his cigar created an eye catching design, though no one was looking. He opened the Sierra Palma 1999 yearbook to the colorful rows of senior portraits and set it in his lap. He was making a mental list of his soon-to-be victims.”
It’s almost time for the Sierra Palma class of 1999 reunion. Homecoming week will bring about nostalgia, regret, the rekindling of old flames, and for some, murder. It all begins when the police find Mr. Olivares, washed up coach, beheaded in his living room. Beside his body lay the killer’s calling card- a cutout of his photograph from the 1999 yearbook.
Someone’s about to get their revenge on an elite group of students who graced the gilded halls of Sierra Palma: the Prom Queen, the Valedictorian, the jock, the juvenile delinquent.