Author(s): Diana Noonan
'She spun round to face the driver but the cab was empty. The men had gone and the train was thundering, uncontrolled, toward a flooded river and a bridge that long ago had disappeared. Cadence reached for the door again and as she did, rust spread over it like lichen and the handle fell away in her fingers.' When Cadence arrives to spend the holidays with her uncle and aunt in the remote township of Burchfield, she has no idea of the tragic past that lies buried there. Nor does she understand the significance of the house she's staying in, the old Station Master's house. But when the haunting whistle of a long-forgotten steam train begins to wake her every morning, Cadence knows that something from the past isn't ready to be forgotten. And whether she likes it or not, she is going to have to put it right.