London Book Festival Runner Up
Indie Book Award Finalist
New York Book Festival Honorable Mention - Best Sci-Fi/Horror
New England Book Festival Honorable Mention
From all accounts, Finn is the classic underachiever. He gets by with his looks, quick wit, and intelligence. His dark little secret is that he can sense what others are thinking. The thoughts come to him as easily as you or me recognizing a pizza aroma coming from another room. His aloof nature comes from the sorrow and pain he has sensed over the years from being bombarded by emotions that are not his own.
Finn has embodied the role as an outsider until he meets Annie. Seemingly straight laced and focused on her teaching career, she isn’t interested in Finn or his lackadaisical attitude.
Charlie began killing before Finn or Annie were born. For five decades he has gone undetected, never leaving a body or a clue of a crime being committed. He is a pure, malevolent killing machine that is invisible to law enforcement.
As Finn’s feelings for Annie grow, his senses warn him that something horrible is inevitable. But even he cannot predict that to save her, he must stand in the path of pure evil.