ISBN # 1-55316-095-9
June 2005
LTD Publishing
188 Pages

Two hundred years ago, an outlaw named Ingram turned his back on civilization. He
disappeared into the untamed forests of Michigan, determined to find a way to hide
from death and live forever. Fearing his own passing and the eternal damnation he
knew it would bring, he was never heard from again.   

Steve Lund is a powerful man in corporate America. While he tries to save his company
from a hostile takeover, he works many hours overtime and barely sees his family. He
loses sleep and develops headaches paired with disturbing dreams that he dismisses
as stress. He believes a walk in the woods will calm him. Unfortunately it is a far cry from
any relaxation. When he blacks out, he feels he is coming down with something. If only
that were true. There is something out there that is about to get Steve’s full attention.
Something that goes by the name of Ingram.

I was moved by how the son was affected in this book. I liked the way Sharon was
written as a loving wife and mother, and how toward the end, she was still by her
husband’s side.

You can practically feel the terror between the pages of this book. For a moment the
hairs on the back of my neck stood up. It is spine-chilling as they race against time. All
the characters are believable and had depth in this fascinating read. I got goose bumps
just thinking about taking a stroll through the woods, and I thought Stephen King left me
shaking! I hope Mr. Crossett never stops writing. He is one incredible author who holds
the attention of the reader from the beginning to the final word. He has this reader
begging for more.

Reviewer for Karen Find Out About New Books
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance