A little girl who would do anything to make her parents love each again and a mother who would do anything to have her daughter returned safely. Lilly is out walking with her parents when they start to argue. Tired of hearing their conflict she decides to hide in an attempt to teach them a lesson. Her father drowns endeavoring to find Lilly leaving his wife alone to file the missing person request with police. Despite investigating all avenues of enquiry, Lily disappears into thin air. The police decide to treat the case as a death by drowning despite the absence of a body. This leaves a brokenhearted mother without closure. Lucas Radcliffe writes horror stories. After the sudden loss of his partner, he attempts to get his authors mojo back by attending a writers retreat in the country. Lilly’s mother opened the retreat as a means of coping with her losses. During his stay, Lucas finds himself experiencing strange sights and sounds as well as death along the way as well as superstition and irrational beliefs. Commonsense indicates Lily’s disappearance is due to human not spiritual intervention. Can he succeed in unraveling the past, finding the answers for a woman he has a growing attraction to? There are plenty of twists and turns in this one to keep you guessing. The storyline reminded me how scared I was of the Boogey man as a child. This story is a reminder that beliefs do not always have a good effect on people. Read this book and you will find out why. Great psychological thriller with almost a Wuthering Heights feel to it. Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for a free digital copy in return for an honest review.