Rebecca was only a little girl when her parents died in a tragic car accident. Leaving Rebecca and her two siblings to live with extended family. Despite the tragedy in her younger life, adversity, continued to follow.
As Rebecca’s life unfolds, she begins to receive threatening letters from a stranger who wants to control her actions. Rebecca realizes the only solution for the safety of her family is to run away. She finds herself homeless, jobless, and alone.
Who is the stranger? What does the stranger want with Rebecca? Will she figure it out before it is too late?
Rebecca’s entire life has been haunted by Fred Smith, her biological father who, driven by hatred and jealousy, stalked her and murdered several members of her family. Now, in the sequel to The Letters of a Stranger, the nightmare has started all over again. Rebecca starts to receive threatening letters eerily similar to Fred’s, and the cops can’t locate the source. Then an aunt is murdered, and a mysterious stranger takes credit. Soon he’s threatening to kill everyone Rebecca holds dear, including her own children, seemingly driven by the same twisted sense of justice as Fred. Who is this new mysterious stalker? Can the cops catch him before he kills more victims? And will Rebecca never be able to live in peace again?