For Jess Czerny, the move to a small town was the best way to get over a broken marriage. The pretty little cottage was ideal for her. It was a chance to start over and make a new life. But who was playing the piano in the middle of the night and who was the sad-faced young woman whose face appeared in her dreams and at her window? The peaceful rural setting hid some nasty secrets indeed!Joan OCallaghan has been the recipient of the Golden Apple Award from Queen’s University Faculty of Education for Excellence in Teaching; she has been named Professor of the Year by the OISE/UT Students Council, as well as Most Engaging English Instructor and Most Inspirational Instructor.She has published articles in the Globe and Mail, the Ottawa Citizen, the Hamilton Spectator, the Simcoe Reformer, the Winnipeg Free Press, the Toronto Sun and the Jerusalem Post.