For more years than anyone could remember, the sprawling acreage of wild grass and looming shade trees known simply as the hollow' had drawn transients and migrant workers who sought a temporary dwelling during the warm summer months. Chapel of the Valley has always had the property earmarked for expansion projects of expanding are deteriorating as steadily as the charming but well-weathered church itself. In the meantime, the church considers tending to these unassuming transients an equally worthy ministry. One night, a lone biker sets up camp in the hollow, and it soon becomes evident that he is not merely passing through. Though he slowly and reluctantly warms to the knidness extended by his hosts, he still guards many secrets. Why have his travels brought him across the entire country to this specific place? As events begin to unfold and tragedies threaten to shatter the chruch both from outside and from within, suspicions arise about their new friend.
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