Book 4 in the Death by Chocolate series, from USA Today best-selling author Sally Berneathy.
A phone call at 2 A.M. is never good news. But there's bad news, and then there's strange news. Lindsay's 2 A.M. call is a plea for help. There's a woman in Fred's closet, and he can't get her out.
Their new neighbor, Sophie Fleming, has taken up sleepwalking - straight into Fred's house and his bedroom closet. She's having nightmares about the brutal stabbing of a little girl named Carolyn. But Carolyn was her imaginary childhood friend.
Lindsay, Fred, Trent, Paula, and Henry must solve a 20-year old murder with no bodies, no DNA, and no proof the victims ever existed.
How can someone who never lived be murdered? Why is Sophie seeing it happen in Fred's bedroom? Why is she hiding in his closet? Will his clothes even fit her?
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This is a pretty good book. I like how the characters are developing as the series progresses. The mystery is light and well developed. The only problem I had with this book is Rickie and his father. I hope they are not going to continue to be a thorn in Lindsey's side.
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