Sandy Shortt has been obsessed with finding things ever since her classmate Jenny-May vanished when they were ten-years-old. Now grown, Sandy's obsession is channeled into her job at an agency that locates missing persons. Unfortunately, some people are never found, which haunts Sandy until one day she stumbles across a world where all the missing people go. Only then does she realize that she has become blind to the people and the things in her own life and in effect, has become a missing person herself.
It is Pat Buchanan's contention that the United States is being secretly merged with Mexico and is under threat of losing its independence and sovereignty. He sees America's societal and cultural collapse, and identifies the enemy of 'ideology' as the false god that has become a de-Christianized America's substitute for true faith. He further states that 'free trade' is de-industrializing America, killing the middle class and imperiling U.S. economic independence. In conclusion, he offers ideas on how to stop what he calls the suicide of America.
Every seven years, on the seventh day of the seventh month, strange things happen. It began when three young boys, Caleb, Fox, and Gage, went on a camping trip to Pagan Stone. Twenty-one years later, it ends in a showdown between evil and the boys who have become men, and the women who love them.