“The books I read were the dark kind—about scary things like disappearances and murders, especially the true ones. While other kids read J. K. Rowling, I read Stephen King. While other kids did history reports about the Civil War, I read about Lizzie Borden.”
In 1982, Viv Delaney is the night clerk at the Sun Down Motel in Fell, New York. She discovers that the motel is scary and haunted.
One night Viv goes missing during her shift at work. Thirty-five years later, Viv’s niece Carly has taken the night clerk job at the Sun Down Motel in an effort to find out what happened to her aunt. Nothing has changed at the motel in thirty-five years and soon Carly is experiencing the same mysterious things her aunt did in 1982. Will Carly go missing too?
Written from the perspective of both Carly and Viv, this is a page-turner with several twists.