By Greg F. Gifune
Loss of life isn't the end.
Katherine and James ran a small lakeside hotel in glad element, Massachusetts, in the course of the demanding summer time months, then continued the often-desolate winters in relative isolation. Their lives have been chuffed till one morning while the physique of a tender boy was once came upon floating within the lake. From that second Katherine watched as her husband started to spiral into madness. Then he vanished with no hint.
Now, months later, as a snowstorm descends over pleased aspect, Katherine faces her ultimate wintry weather on my own at the lake. yet issues aren't any longer what they appear. Is whatever available in the market, haunting the snowy woods, ready within the lake, luring her towards an analogous insanity that claimed James?
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A View from the Lake by Greg F. Gifune