Wyatt Branson is driving along the Texas highway when he sees a dog on the side of the road, dumped in a field of dandelions—except, she isn’t a dog—she’s a kid. Is it a sign? It’s been a decade since his sister, Trumanell, disappeared, leaving nothing but a bloody handprint on their front door. Wyatt is haunted by her presence, her famously pretty face hanging on posters in the town’s church, police station, and high school. He even believes he sees her ghost living in his house. It’s no secret that the town thinks he’s liable of the crime, though he’s been cleared of innocence for years.