Hollie Ganz is sure she can handle Dylan, the swaggering high school senior who won't leave her fourteen-year-old daughter Allison alone. She thinks she can handle Dylan's smart lawyer father, who easily counters all her legal moves and makes his own moves on her.
Certainly she can handle her obnoxious ex-husband Jeremy, who manipulates their eight-year-old son Jake's love...and who wants another chance to invade her life.
But can Hollie handle whoever is making the telephone calls, shattering the windows, leaving the grisly threats, and bringing forth horrifying revelations of what had happened to the previous tenant in this suburban house? and can she handle it all alone? And what if she can't? What if she has to turn to someone for help? What if that someone is the most dangerous mistake of all?
Someone is terrorizing Hollie Ganz, the divorced mother of a 14-year- old daughter and an 8-year-old son. Who can she trust?
Cunningoly crafted domestic terror.
tant,psychollogical suspence from gloria murphy that echoes mary higgins clark;
I really enjoyed this book.