Ellen and Gail Morgan are close sisters who suffered but survived a rough childhood, both parents having been major league drinkers until they died in a car accident. The younger sibling ended up in the terrible Evansdale Home for Girls for six months. It took the then seventeen-year-old Ellen with the help of a teacher to get Gail out of that hellhole. Now over a decade later Ellen eagerly awaits Gail's visit for the holidays before the younger sibling goes on a singing tour following the signing of a lucrative record contract.
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When Ellen goes to the airport to pick Gail up, her sister is not on the plane. Ellen is stunned and deeply depressed to learn from Sergeant Mike Oldfield, (to whom she later becomes attracted) that a sociopath raped, tortured, and killed her sibling. Ultimately, filled with a deep rage and needing vengeance, Ellen decides to go after the killer. She goes on TV daring the monster to come after her, which he does.
The review of this Book prepared by Joan Hall Hovey