John March is having a good day. He doesn't have many. Then it starts to rain. John March runs a struggling bookshop with just one regular customer - Mr. Hill. His life is defined by routine until... More > the day he discovers that he is sole beneficiary of a will worth £5 million thanks to the eccentric Mr. Hill's untimely death. But Mr. Hill also leaves behind something else - a lock of hair, a finger bone and a tooth in a jar of water. It's certainly not the worst day of John's life. Not until the rain comes and the dying starts. There is something in the rain. Only John can give it what it wants. And yet, even when people are dying, even in the midst of terror, it's not the hardest thing John's ever faced. He faces horror every day. When he locks his shop, drives to August House and opens the door to the room where his wife clings to life. But what he doesn't know could kill her, because if the rain doesn't get what it wants, John's wife will serve just as well.< Less
In an idyllic home by the sea, a beautiful widow heals. But a dead man's coming. A dead man walking.
Irene Jacobs always wanted a home by the sea. A widow, pregnant with her dead husband's twins,... More > she comes to the Blue House to heal and raise her babies. But a dead man's walking. He's a bad man. The worst. And he's come for her children. To survive she'll have to face him in the room where her husband died. The room where so many people died at the hands of a psychopath who's returned from the grave...in the Black Room she'll meet the worst of her fears.
Sometimes, you have to lose everything to appreciate what's left< Less