When middle-aged Maggie’s life is thrown asunder by the sudden relocation to a new home, she is forced to relive her dark past even as it threatens the very fabric of her sanity.
Fighting to keep her wits about her, Maggie is plagued by dreams and memories of her long-dead brother. And as ghosts fill the corners and cracks, it soon seems the house itself aims to punish her for past crimes
This modern Gothic tale will leave you haunted.
This is what happens when a heist goes wrong, and dreams feel too real; when a woman lost at sea calls out to a girl lost on land, and wax figures lining the walls threaten to advance. This is what happens when sadness makes it difficult to speak.
Within is a collection of 8 stories that push desperation to a darkened place. If you can find your way back, rest assured, you'll never be the same.
Never To Return Again is currently unavailable.
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