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Factory manager and devoted family man Jack Anderson sleeps on the sofa because his wife wants a separation but he can’t afford to move out. One morning he receives a mysterious phone call from someone claiming to be his long lost sister.

On the same afternoon in another state construction worker and twice-divorced Daniel Percy reluctantly accompanies his girlfriend to a psychic consultation. Surprisingly, the psychic has a message for Daniel—his sister is trying to contact him.

That night across the country East Coast business executive Jason Kelly waits until his wife is asleep and logs onto his favorite gay chat room. He receives the same cryptic message as the others.

The desperate plea to all three men is the same: I need your help. I need you to come home.

Thirty years after having been orphaned and raised apart without awareness of one another Jack, Jason, and Daniel separately set out to investigate the mystery and locate their sister in New Mexico, their birthplace. Inevitably, the brothers’ paths cross. Their reunion is shocking and, while joyous at first, stirs up resentment.

For the sake of the sister who needs them they join forces and, while becoming acquainted with one another, piece together the circumstances of their childhood. As they delve into their past, it becomes clear that each man presently stands at a personal crossroads and every piece of the puzzle brings them closer to finding their sister—and finding themselves.

From Books Review Anonymous:

I was just telling someone the other day how I’ve been jonesing for a good ghost story. This novel turned out to be just that: nothing too gratuitously gory or rooted in a timeless evil. It was a haunting of the beneficial sort, and it served as a great backdrop for an even greater story.


After a rather embarrassing breakup, Curtis Aisling turns to his sister to help him get back on his feet. Strange things start happening in the house, with Curtis at the very center. It’s a race against time to discern the message being given to him.


There were a couple of storylines that ran through the narrative. All the characters’ stories intersected at some point, which added to the narrative and its characters. It really captured the small-town feel of “everyone knows everyone” in a realistic manner. Even the supernatural occurrences happening in a seamless, realistic manner. It was so well-integrated. The narrative was also successfully creepy—in a very Great Gatsby sort of way. I know I managed a few chills at the beginning, still unaware of where the story was going to go.


Characters were beautifully crafted. Their interactions were wonderful. They meant something to me as a reader, which conveyed a level of depth that many novels lack. Their stories were interesting and captured my attention consistently.


I really liked the way the supernatural entered the story and how it was described. Description was excellent, as well. It was Stephen King-esque without being as long-winded.


This was another one that I could hardly put down. It was wonderful from start to finish. An excellent representation of creepy, with a wonderful mystery thrown in. Highly recommend.

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