Tiny Solomon, Florida was a quiet town-- not even a dot on the map, the kind of place that residents of bigger cities never noticed at all. But after three people were brutally murdered just outside the city limits, everything changed. Menacing strangers wandered in and out, giving names that never jibed, claiming to be visiting for reasons that never quite made sense. The police couldn't find a scrap of evidence to connect anyone to what they feared to be the beginning of a string of serial murders, and the whole town hummed with barely suppressed fear.
Spring came, but the days never seemed to get longer; that's when the hauntings began.
An incorrigible delinquent, Cecilia Maduro is the queen of Solomon's night streets. While breaking into a neighbor's house, she mistakenly discovers the mutilated body of the local murderer's latest victim: Suri Sowell, matriarch of a nearby Catholic church congregation.
Soon her own family members are being threatened, and Cecilia and her friend, Helena, decide it's time to take matters into their own hands. Between the paranormal activity in Solomon, the spectre of the recent murders, and the demands of her own turbulent family life, the events that follow will force Cecilia to travel to places she never thought she'd go, encounter beings she never thought existed-- and reveal a secret that might end not only her friendship with Helena, but her life itself.