Detective Mark Baker is an honest cop and an all-around good guy. After a chaotic night, Mark starts to reexamine his role in the system he no longer believes in.
That’s when an ominous letter arrives from his estranged sister.
She sounds distraught, suicidal. Her words send him on a mission to a small midwestern town, uncertain if he’ll find her dead or alive.
Valley Mill is a quiet little utopia. Everyone gets along. There’s zero crime. On the outside, it’s exactly what Mark thinks society should be.
But what Mark discovers behind the pristine fences and closed doors is far worse than anything he could have imagined. And he learns very quickly to be careful what you wish for…
(Warning: while this is quieter horror, borderline thriller, certain scenes may be considered graphic by non-horror readers)
Praise for WHITE PICKET PRISONS:
"Horror at its finest." Frank Errington, horror-web.com reviewer
"Thoughtful and brilliant." Craig Dolling, UK reviewer