In 1910 Michigan, Perliett Van Hilton is a self-proclaimed rural healer, leaving the local doctor convinced she practices quackery. It doesn’t help that her mother is a spiritualist who regularly offers her services to connect the living with their dearly departed. But when Perliett is targeted by a superstitious killer, she must rely on both the local doctor and an intriguing newcomer for assistance.
In the present day, Molly Wasziak’s life has not gone the way she dreamed. Facing depression after several miscarriages, Molly is adapting to her husband’s purchase of a peculiar old farm. A search for a family tree pulls Molly deep into a century-old murder case and a web of deception, all made more mysterious by the disturbing shadows and sounds inside the farmhouse.
Perliett fights for her life, and Molly seeks renewed purpose for hers as she uncovers the records of the dead. Will their voices be heard, or will time forever silence their truths?
Another amazing book by Jaime. I don’t know how she does it. She writes these creepy books that seem to have all this supernatural stuff but always has a logical explanation.
Molly’s depression was tough to read as I knew how she felt to a degree and hopelessness that seems to go with it.
I loved the realness of Molly and Trent’s marriage and the struggled they go through.
Overall this was a fantastic real, Jaime’s books never let me down.
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A copy of this book was given to me. All opinions are my own.