They often say that you can’t go home again, but for Keith Mills, there is no other option.
Recently released from rehab and mourning the death of his mother, Keith inherits the family home where his father was brutally murdered five years earlier. It’s not the ideal place to create a new beginning, but Keith is determined to make it work.
His plans for a peaceful existence are soon shattered, though, as a clerical error sees the wrong cremains delivered to the home. Rather than having his mother back home, an evil arrives, intent on staking her claim on the property.
Bloody Mary is looking for a place to dwell, even if it means unleashing Hell.
I couldn't put this book down. I absolutely loved it and loved the way it all came together in the end, even though I couldn't figure out how it would end. It had me guessing the whole time.
Each character had their own voice, and I could picture each of them in my head, their descriptions clear. I got lost in each and every interview and loved each one.
I'm definitely going to re-read this book.
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