When a single mother and her two daughters mysteriously come into possession of a haunted antique doll, they could never imagine how their lives will deteriorate into a terrifying maelstrom of extreme horror, blood and gore.
"Dolls don't move on their own. If they did, there would be chaos. No matter how creepy they look with their stained lace dresses and crazed porcelain faces, it just stands to reason. Dolls don't move on their own, and if I keep reminding myself of that maybe I will start to believe it."
With the help of an unhappily married police officer, an old toy once owned by one of the most notorious woman in history, a tattooed college student and a handmade Ouija board, grieving military widow April Madison and her children unleash a series of events that gives new meaning to the word "extreme."
"A thick black cloud of billowing smoke escapes from the grill when I pull off the cover. It smells like burned meat. That's exactly what it is. I add the steaks before using the tongs to roll the skull over. She was probably so pretty. I hadn't had the chance to notice."
Horror fans will love every tense, frightening, creepy moment of this debut novel by author Jubilee Savage.