Seven long years. David Growler did the brutal jail time for a crime he didn't commit. He wasn't a killer -- not when he entered prison, anyway. But that place can do things to man, things you can't even utter in the dark of night.
Once the scene of a grisly murder, Paul and Annie Milton bought the dilapidated mansion known as Cul-de-Sac to restore it. But strange things are happening at the old house: Paul and Annie are being stalked, and Paul is slowly losing his mind -- yet he refuses to leave. Ex-cop Teddy Camel begins to investigate the mystery surrounding Cul-de-Sac, starting with the violent killing that took place there seven years before. And what he and Annie uncover -- about a high-level cover-up, a family with dark and expensive secrets, and a furloughed prisoner bent on exacting his own brand of horrific justice -- will chill them to the core... and could very well kill them all.
Shocking you at every turn, while keeping you spellbound with a brilliant plot that unfolds to a stunning conclusion, David Martin takes the helm as one of today's masters of page-turning suspense.
This paperback is in very good condition with light reading wear and an owner's name on the flyleaf.