Boone is coming . . .
Children sang songs about him and wrote his name on bathroom walls. He became a local celebrity in the town of Shepherd’s Grove for killing his mother.
After being locked away for more than twenty years, Frankie Boone is on the loose. His mother torments him from beyond the grave, and the entire town of Shepherds Grove is screaming. Boone longs to silence it all, driven by a force he cannot control. With an axe by his side, and the worst storm in over a century moving in, he may get his chance.
Miles Madigan, a local deputy, has been obsessed with Frankie since childhood. Following a trail of blood and lunacy throughout the night, every dark and shameful secret is soon exposed, leaving him dangerously unstable and capable of murder.
Miles longs to be a part of Boone in any way he can, but the man wants no followers.
And one thing is clear:
Boone walks alone.