The Missionaries' Daughter

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Gently reared in isolation by her missionary parents, Lindsay has never known anything but love and kindness. Until her father dies. Less than an hour after his funeral, she is trekking through the Black Hills National Forest with a man who vows to kill her before allowing her to fall into the wrong hands. Less than a week later, she has learned the truth of her birth and the tale of two young lovers torn apart by a corrupt Army major.

Shallow House, a government facility secured by the U.S. Army for the purpose of researching unconventional methods of intelligence-gathering, holds the secret to three generations of dream precognitives, a secret it jealously guards within its ten-story brick walls. Lindsay's journey of discovery takes her back to an era when women fought for autonomy, the Beatles fought one another, and one man fought to save his country.

She soon learns that the darkest secrets are the ones that most violently resist illumination.

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