Her mother Rita just wants her to be a ?normal? eleven-year-old kid. But that?s tough to do when you receive a birthday card from your dead father.
Following a trail of breadcrumbs left by her dad, Ellen sets out on a journey to unravel the mystery surrounding her father?s disappearance and ends up unearthing secrets best left buried.
The third and final book in the haunting trilogy,?The Messy Man?brings to a close the story that began with?The Nightmare Room?and?The Hungry Ones.
?Sorensen has a knack for cliffhangers that make you want to start reading the next chapter immediately.?
? Frank Errington, Cemetery Dance Online
?Chris Sorensen is the only horror author to make me love?not one, but TWO?haunted house stories.?
? Rachel, Shades of Orange
?Think of your absolute favorite sequel, no matter the franchise. Got it in mind? This is what Sorensen has accomplished for me with?The Hungry Ones.?
? Tracy Robinson, Sci-Fi & Scary