Neal Eric Yeomans is a freelance writer. His debut novel was The Monster I Remember. He lives in Jamestown, Rhode Island.
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“Fast-paced and well plotted…the author skillfully alternates between haunting passages of loss and fear and powerful dialogue that advances the story.” – The BookLife Prize
For fans of Gillian Flynn and Riley Sager comes a shattering new novel in the suspense genre. Miles Decker is a novelist who hasn’t been doing a lot of writing these days, as he spends most of his time throwing back prescription pills and getting drunk in his Manhattan apartment. One day, he receives a letter written by Dax Langdon, the older brother of Miles’ former childhood friend. Fifteen years earlier, Miles was at the center of the Sunset Farm Massacre, a quadrupole mass-murder that had left Miles and Dax the only survivors and a small New England town shaken. Dax has new evidence that could shed light on the decade-old mystery, but he will need Miles’ help.
Once these old friends are reunited at the notorious farmhouse, memories begin to rise to the surface. The killers have never been caught. Together, these amateur sleuths will chase down old suspects, discover new leads, and come face to face with visions of their own mortality. Told in two alternating time frames that move from past to present, this is a story not only of deepening psychological dread, but of family and friendship and how childhood trauma shapes the adults we will become.
“Hypnotic.” – May Cobb, author of The Hunting Wives