“What would it take to make you believe the Devil is real? What would you need to see?”
Many years ago, Jane Smith was someone else. She was Kimberly Baker, a little girl who – with her friend – murdered another girl at their school. Kimberly was taken away by the authorities and sent to a psychiatric hospital. She grew up surrounded by doctors and nurses, knowing nothing of the real world.
Now she’s free again.
Living a humdrum life in a quiet town, under the new name Jane Smith, Kimberly just wants to forget her past. She can handle the occasional glimpses of a ghostly figure in her apartment. She knows the supposed ghosts are just figments of her imagination. She just wants to live and be left alone.
And then a little boy goes missing.
Suddenly Kimberly is thrust back into the spotlight. For the police, the kidnapping is extremely similar to the crime that Kimberly committed all those years ago. Mysterious markings have been left on trees, hinting at a demonic plot. Kimberly used to hear a voice in her head, a voice that told her to kill. The voice has been gone for a long time now, but has it returned in someone else’s mind? Can Kimberly trust herself? And is the Devil finally going to prove that he exists?
16 FRAMES OF THE DEVIL’S FACE is the story of a woman who wants to forget her past, but who starts to realize that she’s linked forever to a powerful force that refuses to stay buried.