A Psalm for Lost Girls by Katie Bayerl
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Tess de Costa was 17 when she died of an hidden heart condition, she was also considered a Saint by many. No just an amazingly great young lady, a literal Saint. When Tess started hearing voices that guided her to very specific knowledge, her Catholic community paid close attention. The lives of Tess, her mother, and her younger sister, Callie, became caught up in mystery and spirituality. Yet when a neighbor girl, Anna, disappears, Tess's gift cannot help finder her before the stress takes its toll.
Callie's quest to disprove the Saint status, along with her deep grief, leads her to investigate the mysterious reappearance of Anna, and along the way come to terms with how to live without her sister.
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