There is an urban legend based in the village of Asquith about a girl, killed in a motorcycle accident thirty years ago, who still haunts the deserted country lane where she died. The legend tells of a phantom motorbike tearing up the lane at lighting speed in the dead of night, its engine howling and its spectral rider clinging on.
The story is well-known throughout the village but becomes very personal to Charlie who struggles with normal teenage relationships and goes to the lane for peace and solitude. But his presence there is not entirely of his own free will and he is drawn into the mystery surrounding her death which is closer to him then he realises. As the momentum of the mystery starts to claim the lives of his school friends, Charlie may already be involved too far to turn back.
Kirsty Turner has returned to the scene of her death. And she won’t be leaving alone.