Detective Richard Nolan
has been haunted by the Hill family for
all this time, is the reign of terror over? Will Richard be able to
put the past behind him and move forward? Will his memories always
haunt him, or will he finally be at peace?
Richard is ready to take some much-needed time to heal. Along with
his team of detectives, Richard believes the chaos that the
murderous Hill family has caused is now over. Unfortunately, the
story has not ended and takes an unexpected turn, causing everyone
to question everything they thought they knew.
The End is the final book of this series. Will the story come to a
conclusion? Will there be answers to all the unresolved questions?
Take the journey with Richard and team to find out what happens in
It was a beautiful party. There were tons of colorful flowers
that lit up the property. By looking at it, no one would ever guess
the horrors that went on here. It looked completely different.
Tables were set out throughout the area with snacks and drinks. A
lot of people from the community and surrounding areas came to pay
their respects and see the memorial. Melanie would have loved it.
Jessica sat on a bench off to the side. She watched as people came
and went; greeted each other and told stories about the victims,
happy and sad. She heard her name being whispered from behind her.
She turned to see Jeremy standing there. She jumped up so fast she
fell backwards. Jacobson came running up to her. “Are you okay?”
She looked up horrified, but Jeremy wasn’t there anymore. “Jessica?
Are you okay?!” Jacobson was starting to get concerned. Not just
about this incident. Jessica was clearly going through something,
but she wouldn’t talk about it. “Yes. I’m fine. Sorry, I thought I
saw something.” Jacobson gave her a look showing he didn’t believe
her. She decided to stay a little longer and enjoy the party,
mostly so no one would worry about her. When she finally got the
opportunity to leave, she took it. She started to walk to where her
car was parked but stopped abruptly when she saw him again. Jeremy
was standing next to a car, just a few feet away from hers. She
turned to walk back to the party but when she glanced back, he was
gone again. This is ridiculous, she thought. She walked to her car
and drove home. Once the elevator doors opened and she stepped onto
her floor, she froze. Someone was by her door; this person didn’t
look imagined though. “Hello?” Jessica said as she cautiously
walked forward. He pulled down his hood and turned to look at her.