She had a look that immediately put anyone she met at ease. Small of stature, with grandmotherly eyes, by the time they discovered the evil lurking behind that innocent facade, it was too late.
Diagnosed at an early age with Dissociative Identity Disorder, more commonly known as a split personality, Margaret could honestly say she had never been alone a single day of her life. Like two peas in a pod she shared her physical self with the other half of her divided psyche, a separate personality known as Candice.
Candice is that dark half, the one who has the guts to do what we can only wish we could. They are the two faces of the same coin, the Ying and the Yang, the good and the bad all rolled into one. While Margaret is the picture of innocence, Candice carries the face of unmitigated evil, and everywhere they goes she leaves a bloody trail of death in her wake.
More than thirty years have passed since the day she killed the handyman who raped her. No longer considered a threat she has been transferred to a minimum security facility where a new doctor changes the medication that has kept her dark half suppressed, unleashing Candice upon an unsuspecting world.
In a bid to reclaim her life, Margaret, driven by Candice, escapes with a simple plan. Return home, take the place of her twin sister, and live out the rest of her life in relative peace. But even the best laid plans had their flaws. At home the vengeful ghosts of the past have waited patiently for her return, and not even Candice can escape one simple truth.
The dead always get their revenge.