It was just the beginning when Stephen Jones lost Jasmine, her body rotting in a forest, in a hollow near a stream in Shadybrook, he recalls. And when detective Mark Morison and his partner were introduced to a case that saw his wife kidnapped by his murderous father. Even when they learned that everything they have ever heard from anything closely related to them, was a lie. But sometimes learning that everything you have ever known is a lie is not the worst thing that can happen to you. Sometimes going home is worse... especially when going home brings a freefall of events and memories that tell you every horrible thing you have just been through was only the beginning, with the worst yet to come.
A battle to save the city of Boston will yield memories of a family and a monster on the wake. And this is where the straight road begins to skew.
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About the Author
Kevin Allen is the president of the Professional Hockey Writers Association and a reporter on the NHL who has written about 24 Stanley Cup Finals and has covered more than 550 NHL playoff games. He is the author of several other hockey books, including USA Hockey, and he is a coauthor of What It Means to Be a Red Wing. He lives in Ypsilanti, Michigan.