In all their years at the funeral home, Janet and Michael Savoy had never seen anything like the viewing for nineteen-year-old Thalia Stevenson. That’s because they had never witnessed a Gypsy funeral before, complete with rituals, incantations, and a very special gold coin placed beneath the dead girl’s hands.
When that coin is stolen, a horror is unleashed. If the Savoys don’t find the coin and return it to Thalia’s grave before the rising of the second sun, someone in their family–perhaps their little daughter–will die a merciless death. The ticking away of each hour brings the Savoy family closer to a gruesome, inescapable nightmare. Only one thing is certain–Gypsies always have their revenge . . . even the dead ones.