‘The Unveiling’ By Terri Paul

It’s 1924. Fourteen-year-old Sarah Spirer, a Jewish American immigrant, attends the ritual unveiling of her beloved uncle on the first anniversary of his death. Sarah was at his side during the horrific accident that claimed his life. The unveiling triggers memories of that night, and she longs to reconnect with him. Sarah, her older brother, and two friends decide to use a Ouija Board in hopes of communicating with her uncle and coming to terms with her grief. The results of this attempt are startling.

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