In learning that Alís friend Richard
has passed away, Al takes a job to baby-sit a house reported
to have hauntings, to earn money so he can make the trip to
the wake. His job is to observe and write a deposition for
the listing agent reputing the allegations. Upon arrival the
house is seemingly empty, but as time passes his friend
Richís presence comes to him and something other makes itís
presence known. Together they relive old memories and work
together to solve the houseís evil presence.
Two friends who have lost each other
find each other again but in alternate planes of life.
Dead of Winter mixes past with present and
creates a future with a twist on paranormal. A little vague?
Yes, but I wouldnít want to spoil if for you. Dead of
Winter has a typical haunted house plot, but it is
the ending that is truly unique. For those of you who like
the paranormal and perhaps fantasy, I think you will like
how this book ends.