Daunte had waited 25 years to visit Jamaica, the land of his ancestors. His mother swore she would never return but Grammy Maude, the matriarch was dying. It was time. He would go alone. It would be his only chance to learn about the history of his family and Singleton Manor, a centuries-old house that had been in his family for generations. He could only imagine the stories these old walls would tell, if only they could talk. As he unearths the truth, he finds himself embroiled in a dangerous saga of deception and secrets that span generations, cross color barriers and stretches his imagination. "Walls do talk," Grammy Maude told him. "And, if you listen, they will tell you everything!" Set in rural Jamaica, the novel moves seamlessly and repeatedly through the past and the present weaving an intricate tale of tangled family relationships, taking the reader on an emotional and historic journey through time.