It's been six months since the Pride Gallery murders in Manhattan. Kyle Callahan and his partner Danny Durban head to rural New Jersey for a relaxing week with their dear friend, Detective Linda Sikorsky, recently retired and newly in love. Driving back from dinner with Linda and her fiancée Kirsten, they discover the body of Abigail Creek, run off the road on a bicycle wearing only her nightgown and slippers. Kyle and Linda quickly find themselves learning more than they want to know about the Creek family and the home they call CrossCreek Farm. In the words of Clara Presley's grandmother, "Whatever grows there, grows in the shadows." Come along as Linda and Kyle make their way into the shadows and enter the spider's web, determined to find out who in this family of spiders is the deadliest one.
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About the Author
Mark McNease is the author of three novels. He has had six plays produced, numerous short stories and articles published, and spent nine years in children's television, during which he won an Emmy as for Outstanding Children's Program as writer and co-creator for 'Into the Outdoors,' a Wisconsin show for 9-12 year olds. He also writes under the name Marshall James, a variation of his birth name. He lives in New York City with his husband Frank Murray and their three cats, with a second home in rural New Jersey.