Returning to the roots of her success, Spindler weaves a thrilling psychological drama with the story of a young woman driven by visions and fears Stained glass restoration artist Mira Gallier is on the verge of having it all—again. The love of a good man. Professional success. And finally, after years of pain at the loss of her husband to Hurricane Katrina, peace and emotional stability. But a new nightmare begins when a strange man called “The Preacher” attacks her, and a terrifying chain of events is set in motion: the Preacher is found dead, the first of seven windows Mira restored after Katrina is vandalized, and her house is broken into. As Mira’s windows are targeted one-by-one, her personal life begins to shatter as well. She catches a glimpse of her dead husband in a crowd, then he’s gone. She hears his voice on the phone, telling her something only he could know. She begins to doubt herself—and the man she’s falling in love with. When Mira’s assistant is brutally murdered, her nude body found posed in the dappled colored light of Mira’s prize restoration, she becomes the focus of the police’s investigation. As “evidence” against her mounts and with no one to turn to, Mira races to prove she’s neither a murderer nor losing her grip on sanity.
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