A truth more depraved, horrifying, and deadly than anyone could have ever imagined...
June, 2016, and pretty women are disappearing again. Just like they have been from the pristine Little Madrone River Valley every summer solstice day for the past hundred years.
It all started in 1917, when blasting for the hydroelectric powerplant at the headwaters of the river, known by the locals as the Boneyard, uncovered a bizarre cliff of glittering iridescent rare earth metals. Old timers believe there exists some sort of cosmic linkage between the disappearances and the cliff. Others suspect they’re the work of a crazed, multi-generational cult of solstice-worshipping serial killers.
The police deny the disappearances are connected. They attribute them to the scourges of modern life: drug addiction, broken families, prostitution, and the shiftings of an increasingly rootless and transient society. Twenty-six women, among them heiress Meredith, horror blogger Cherise, single mother Wendy, and waitress Rebecca, are about to discover the truth. A truth more depraved, horrifying, and deadly than anyone could have ever imagined...
Women are disappearing and have been for a long time. Who is taking them? And for what purpose?
An intriguing story with a lot of moving parts to it. The story follows multiple women as they are kidnapped by masked men. Each character had their own unique story and I enjoyed reading it. Not for the faint-hearted, as it contains a lot of horror elements, but a must for horror fans. Highly recommended.
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S. K. Gregory is an author, editor and blogger. She currently resides in Northern Ireland.
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