Daniel O'Brady is a burned out cop. When he sees a child blown away by her own father, he's seen one murder too many. Grief stricken and questioning the validity and purpose of his life, he takes off for a drive in the countryside. Daniel's bad day is only beginning. Regaining consciousness after the single car accident, an injured Daniel sets out to find help. What he finds is a quaint little village full of people who are more than happy to help him. He's given medical aid, food, clothing, and shelter, and no one will take a dime from him. If that's not strange enough, after a few days in the tranquil town he discovers an odd house surrounded by streaks of an odd blue light. He decides to investigate. Dr. Michael Hudson is a scientist bent on proving the existence of supernatural phenomena. His life is consumed with passion to prove his theory, to the exclusion of all else. When his research leads him to a house outside a small village in Northern California, he packs up his team and his equipment and sets out to document and prove his long-held belief in another dimension. What both men discover will change their lives, and alter their souls, forever.
|Publisher:||Medallion Press, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||4.20(w) x 6.90(h) x 1.50(d)|
|Age Range:||16 Years|
About the Author
R.H. Stavis has written several novels, one stage play, and over 25 short stories, including the acclaimed horror piece, Play Things. Currently, R.H. Stavis can be found signing and hosting writing workshops at some of the largest science fiction, horror, and fantasy conventions in the U.S., including Comic-Con International.