None Dare Disturb Their Slumber: Margaret is a middle aged social worker suddenly left a widow who must decide for herself what to believe in. Her father, someone she used to adore, is a pastor who failed to teach her the true meaning of Christianity. She is haunted by recurring dreams of a baby girl who was murdered and is plagued by what she believes to be a memory of this child being wrapped in blankets and buried in a backyard. She at last decides to contact her brother who is a police officer and investigate the possibility of truth to her horrifying dreams. Upon digging around an oddly located tree planted in her parent's backyard, a body is found. Margaret's parents are tried for the murder of their eight week old baby who was suffocated and buried in this shallow make shift grave forty years earlier. In all this horror, Margaret's client, Lauren, a battered wife seeks refuge in her home with her young boy only to be stalked and visited by her husband. Sandra, a Christian friend from her past, convinces her to attend church again and she begins to dialogue with God and to search for the meaning of life. She rediscovers the Bible and finds answers to questions that one could previously answer. It is a thrilling story about learning to forgive, hypocrisy and pseudo Christianity and restarting a life torn by adversity and pain.