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Surrender the Dead

Surrender the Dead - John Burley

Surrender the Dead


"John Burley is a fearless talent." -- Glen Erik Hamilton, award-winning author of the Van Shaw series

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road

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"John Burley is a fearless talent." -- Glen Erik Hamilton, award-winning author of the Van Shaw series

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road


Surrender the Dead is tense and atmospheric and so gripping that it will follow you into your dreams. A haunting tale, gorgeously told. -- Tess Gerritsen, New York Times bestselling author of Choose Me

From the award-winning author of The Absence of Mercy comes a chilling psychological thriller about a family and community divided by tragedy, and the dark secrets that will set their town aflame.

When Erin Reece left Wolf Point fifteen years ago after graduating high school, she'd planned to never set foot in her childhood hometown again. But an urgent phone call from her father's doctor leaves Erin with no choice but to return to a place filled with painful memories and wounds that never closed. Two decades ago, people in Wolf Point started disappearing without a trace--including Erin's mother--and no explanation was ever found.

It's been years since the last disappearance, but the town is still steeped in suspicion and haunted by the ghosts of the missing. No one is thrilled to see Erin back, including her former best friend, Robbie, who has changed from a spirited, fearless boy to a reclusive shut-in.

Then a body is discovered, buried in a makeshift grave for years . . . on the Reece family's land. The police reopen their investigation, and the evidence against Erin's father is damning. After such a long time without answers, the community wants justice. It's up to Erin to clear her father's name, but the path to the truth will force her to unearth long-buried secrets and confront a terrible evil. Because in Wolf Point, everyone knows more than they are letting on . . .

"John Burley has an eye for detail, a feel for story, and a deep sympathy for his characters." -- Lou Berney, award-winning author of November Road

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