Angel Garcia Jones left behind a trail of bodies before disappearing in the deep woods. Believed dead but his body never found, Angel still haunt the neighbors of Yonah, North Carolina. Cal and Joy McAlister are new arrivals from Chicago. A retired commodity trader, self-sober alcoholic and heart attack survivor, Cal finds himself growing restless with his third wife. Joy, a physical therapist turned potter, wants to reshape her life and marriage. The caretaker of a girl’s summer camp, Doyle Smathers becomes their handyman, fetching Cal a batch of fake moonshine and building Joy a kiln. He’s also caring for a new guest, Sharon Morse, the camp owner’s granddaughter who’s detoxing herself with Buddhist meditation while living alone in a yurt. Angel’s energy still haunts those woods, driving these four people together and apart in unexpected ways. The novel is a metaphysical thriller, a meditation on recovery and reincarnation, marriage and betrayal, death and rebirth, the story of a ghost who doesn't know he’s dead.