Sam is a troubled man...by no doing of his own. He had a fall on the job and has some residual brain injury. He also has a troubled past concerning his brother Tommy. His wife Molly and daughter Eva do what they can to deal with his issues but it's tough. Things get even tougher when Eva admits to talking to Jacob. He keeps telling Eva that she needs to tell her daddy that she loves him and that Jesus loves him.
For no apparent reason, Sam starts writing about a man named Sam Whitfield. He isn't aware that he's doing all of this writing and it's a bit cryptic. Who is this Lincoln person?
I really don't think I've read a book haunting. It grips you and won't let go until the final word. The mystery of the letters was intriguing and I wasn't expecting the ending the way it fell. I will definitely be checking out more of Mr. Dellosso's books!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Mike Dellosso writes novels of suspense for both the mind and the soul. He writes to both entertain and challenge. In addition to his novels, Mike is also an adjunct professor at Lancaster Bible College and a faculty member at the Greater Philadelphia Christian Writer's Conference.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Sam Travis lives in a Civil War era farmhouse in Gettysburg, PA, where he awakens one morning to find an old journal with an entry by a Union soldier, Lt. Whiting…written in Sam’s own handwriting. When this happens several more times, both at night and during waking “trances,” Sam begins to question his own sanity while becoming obsessed with Lt. Whiting and his bone-chilling journal entries. As the entries begin to mimic Sam’s own life, he is drawn into an evil plot that could cost many lives, including his own.
Can the unconditional love of Sam's daughter, Eva, break through his hardened heart before a killer on the loose catches up with them and Sam’s past spurs him to do the unthinkable?
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