Jaycee was just nine years old when she awoke one night to find her mother dead and her older sister, Beth, missing. She took her younger sister, Maya, and fled their home. That was seven years ago, and she’s lived with the guilt ever since.
Jaycee’s life is shifting once more when she finds out Beth is alive and well, living on the east coast with her adoptive family. And to her surprise, the family wants to adopt her and Maya too. There’s much to learn about the ominous town of Shadow Creek. The town’s sinister history is folklore amongst its residents.
Now Jaycee has her family back together and the shot at a future she never dreamt possible. She thought the darkness was all behind her now. But terrible things are happening in Shadow Creek.
Genre: Psychological Thriller, Mystery
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