After George gets ill, the dreams begin. Suppressed memories are triggered, allowing him to see ghosts, and a deeply buried instinct emerges. George finds out he can kill these monsters, and heal their victims. The ablity to save lives is something George cannot ignore, but it soon becomes an obsession and begins to eat away at his sanity. His quest for understanding leads him to new friends and allies, and exposes him to enemies he could have never imagined. But in the end, can you really ever kill something that’s already dead?
Margaret Millmore was born and raised in Southern California to an American mother and Irish immigrant father. Like most authors, she was and still is a voracious reader. The Chronicles of Narnia were her childhood favorite (she’s read the series seven times), in her early teenage years she discovered Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Ray Bradbury, Anne Rice, the list goes on, and she was hooked. These days she almost exclusively reads the works of Indie authors and she does book reviews for Book Explosions on Goodreads. After high school, Margaret decided to try her hand at working (her first job was at a pottery shop and although she’s quite creative in writing and drawing/painting she was an utter failure at making pottery). At that point, she decided to go back to school and enrolled in the local junior college, creative writing and drawing were her favorite classes. After a few years in school, she realized she simply hated it, so she started working in an office doing general administrative work and found that she quite enjoyed it.