The book cover attracted my attention, I found an original plot and the characters are fresh and intriguing. There are several subplots that ramble on and not joined together making it hard to concentrate. The husband is in the army and has been transferred to another Base Jeannie Talbott. is not ready to move. She sends her husband ahead to locate the house and move their belongings. She is shocked to find the house he chose is next to a centenary. The first night they are awakened by their dog barking , moans, and other noises occur. Jeannie calls the police, only to have her call to cancel when she gives the address. The subplots are all finished but do not hang together. There are a number of turns in the story . Jeannie must find answers to save her children from harm. The family’s bulldog plays a major role. The Christian references did not bother me.
Disclosure: I received a free copy from Pelican Book Group through NetGalley for an honest review. I would like to thank them for this opportunity to read and review the book. The opinions expressed are my own.