Young soldier Kevin has just returned home from a tour in Afghanistan, rocked by the death of his best friend. The grandparents who raised him are gone but have left him their house and all its memories. Struggling with PTSD, Kevin faces a specter that haunts the homestead and threatens his budding relationship with Samantha, the local Baptist preacher's daughter. Is what he's seeing real? As Kevin descends into madness, the line between imagination and reality blur and bleed.
The writing is skillful, the characters real, his memories nostalgic. And the horror is spine-tingling. Recommended for those who like Southern ghost stories.