New to Rocky Creek, Kentucky, and still mourning the tragic loss of his father, Ethan Brook takes a summer job working for the mysterious and eccentric Zelma Green. With the better part of a century between them, he finds in her an unlikely kindred spirit, unaware that her last husband’s body lies mummified in the cellar of her Victorian mansion.
Buy the book:
K. Martin Beckner lives in Southern Kentucky, not far from Nashville, Tennessee. His writing style is deeply influenced by the people, places, and haunting folklore of what the Native Americans called “The Dark and Bloody Ground”, where his family has resided for more than two centuries. He is the author of the Southern Gothic coming-of-age novels Chips of Red Paint and A Million Doorways.