Silhouette on a Train

Sandy had to escape her abusive, sometimes violent, husband, so after two years of planning, she ran away. She ended up in the middle of Iowa, bought a house, and began her life all over again. At the time she purchased the house, she was unaware it had a secret that sent Sandy looking desperately for information to help the entity that was begging for her aid. At the same time, she was terrified that her husband would find her, so she had to keep her old life a secret. That meant two things to keep strictly to herself: her old life and whatever it was that was roaming her house and what it wanted from her.


--Kathleen Olson