If you are old enough to remember going to work and on any given day finding one of your female co-workers in the bathroom crying, this book is for you. No real names or companies will be provided. Revenge is a dish best served cold.
Arthur felt the first raindrop hit his cheek. It had rained that evening too. Now every tree looked like the next and Arthur knew that with each breath he took that it might be his last. He pleads “Please, I have to know!” and then he sees it, there in the mist.
Melissa Oats never felt like she belonged. Her own mother hated her. What happens when she is forced to come home to take care of her?
Raymond Potis travels back to his hometown of Oscoda, Michigan and reconnects with Ben and Lennie. By the end of his trip two people are dead, and two more are almost murdered by the entity that tried unsuccessfully all those years ago, only this time they have proof.
Because her job was gone, Nicole had a new best friend, MARVIN. Because her pink lotion was gone, she found herself with two new friends. Two ghosts, one with a big nose and one with a wet one, both named Ralph. She is trying to find her way back to her life, but she is having trouble getting through those darn revolving doors.
When Alan finds himself downriver with the writing assignment that brought him here canceled, he decided to stick around anyway. His interest is peaked after hearing the name "Joey's Bench" mentioned a few times. Could there be a story here? What Alan finds is much more than a story,