Yvonne Schuchart holds a degree in Social Sciences and has worked with troubled youths in a residential program. She also worked as a freelancer for the York Daily Record and ran a small horse farm for several years. Besides reading and writing, she enjoys hiking, the outdoors, riding motorcycle and spending time with family. She lives in a tiny mill town in southcentral Pennsylvania.
Laura Evans is haunted by an unsettled past. Her father disappeared
one night from the backwoods of Porter’s Hollow, a shadowy
depression in the mountains of North Carolina not far from the little
town of Grassy Creek. The only witness, a hostile, virulent uncle,
claimed he was attacked by something supernatural.
Laura was born under the long, dark shadow of the events that led
up to that night. And now, just when she finds herself widowed and
empty-nested, she gets a phone call drawing her back to the place
she was whisked away from in a rush of fear and confusion years ago.
But she is determined to risk whatever it takes to get to the bottom of
a well-kept family secret. Because the skeletons in this closet are real,
and someone, or something, doesn’t want them revealed.
The truth didn’t set anyone free.
A shadowy depression in the mountains of North Carolina, Porter’s Hollow lies just beyond the tiny town of Grassy Creek. Steeped in lore and legend, its caves and forests hide an unspeakable evil, and its families hold onto the beliefs and superstitions of a by-gone era. Born in the shadow of its folklore, Laura Evans thought she’d left it all behind. Now troubled by paranormal visions, this steadfast mother, daughter, and social worker must do whatever it takes to find her Uncle Curry if she wants to bring a murderer to justice, and save her family.