After the death of her father, magazine editor, Olivia Gray has to get away for the holidays. The isolated coastal town of Pirates’ Point, Maine seems to be the perfect place.
Her first night at her friend’s beach house, she discovers Pirates’ Point has a night walker.
Chris Wu, a lonely man who lives in an ancient rock house on the cliff overlooking the ocean is a former international pop star who disappeared from public view eight years earlier after a tragic car accident. His home, Lucifer House, built by a notorious pirate captain, Jean-Paul Lucifer, is believed by the townspeople to be haunted by the ghost of 10-year-old Charity Lucifer.
After an accident temporarily cripples Chris Wu, Olivia moves in to help him and soon becomes convinced not only that Charity does haunt Lucifer House, but that she is trying to get a message to Chris concerning the car accident. It isn’t long before Olivia becomes convinced the accident wasn’t an accident and someone in Pirates’ Point wants Chris dead.
I was raised on a ranch outside of Pawhuska, Oklahoma on what is now known as The Tallgrass Prairie Reserve. I graduated from Pawhuska High School and joined the United States Air Force for four years. After the Air Force, I married and lived in Hampton Poyle, Oxfordshire, England with my Air Force husband then returned to Miami, Oklahoma to attend college. I obtained my Associate of Arts degree in Miami, then went on to acquire my Bachelor of Arts degree from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. My husband passed away from cancer. I and my mother moved to Turley, Oklahoma where I worked for her as a columnist for a local newpaper, The Turley Times. I still live with my mother and our numerous cats and dogs who keep us on our toes, and continue to write.