All Crockett Grey wants to do is spend the anniversary of the death of his daughter drowning himself in his sorrows. Outside his house a girl is struggling with a darkness that seems to follow her where ever she goes. One of the few people she can trust isn't answering her phone calls, and she's scared. As the evening unfolds the darkness has her scrambling to doorstep of her teacher's home. She's always been able to trust him. As Crockett opens his door to find Jaime, he has no clue how this night is going to change his life. He soon finds himself in jail, beaten, and uncovering secrets that have been hidden by the Vatican for centuries.
The Canary List by Sigmund Brouwer (Chapter 1)
I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.