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Burning Darkness, the latest novel written by Jennifer Sights, hooks you in within the first few pages. Based in current day Columbia, Missouri, Sights brings local places to life in her book with twists at every turn of the page.

The main character Basia wakes up in an abandoned asylum with no recollection of how she got there or how long she has been there. She learns things about herself she didn’t know as she fights her way to freedom to only find more than she had ever dreamed of.

This well-written original work of fiction is full of suspense from beginning to end. Sights brings the realistic setting and characters to life throughout the story. When Basia begins her journey to find out what really happened, she learns to trust a stranger, Alex, and let him into her life.

Basia, untrusting of others, slowly lets her guard down to Alex as they discover the truth of what happened to her. They learn things about themselves and each other as they work to try and find the answers they are searching for.

Fear and hatred of Basia’s stepfather drives her closer to the truth of what actually happened that day. Alex also learns he may be an unexpected victim of the mind games that are being played. These two are drawn closer to each other and a truth that may just tear them apart.

Sights keeps you at the edge of your seat from the moment you turn the first page until you reach the last and close the book. This is a thrilling mystery, with unfathomable crime as well as romance. There is a little bit of everything for any type of reader and has an ending with a twist that you would never expect.

Jennifer Sights is an urban fantasy writer who loves writing and started out thinking she would focus on being a young adult author. She started writing as a kid and has progressed from there. Sights currently lives in St. Louis with her black lab mix, Tiberius. For more information on Sights, to order “Burning Darkness” or find out what other books she has written visit www.jennifersights.com.

Renee Bronaugh is a reporter for the Daily Journal and can be reached at 573-518-3617 or rbronaugh@dailyjournalonline.com

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