A Secret Worth Killing For. . .
In July 1970, actress Elaina Styles was slain in her rented Seattle mansion along with her husband and their son's nanny. When the baby's remains were found buried in a shallow grave close to a hippie commune, police moved in--only to find all its members already dead in a grisly mass suicide.
Again. . .
Now, decades later, a film about the murders is shooting at the mansion. On-set caterer Laurie Trotter ignores gossip that the production is cursed. But then people start dying. . .
And Again. . .
As Laurie digs deep into what happened all those years ago, the truth emerges more twisted than any whispered rumor, as a legacy of brutal vengeance reaches its terrifying climax. . .
Praise for Kevin O'Brien
"If you want darkness, if you crave chills, this is the tale for you!" --Suspense Magazine on Tell Me You're Sorry
"A genuine page-turner." --The Seattle Times on Terrified