Popular literary agent Anne Harper (Melissa Anschutz) is spending one week in the solitude of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. A small cabin, away from the world, where she can read manuscripts, relax, and be far removed from the madness of the city for a while. It is a refuge from high-rises and noise, a time to read and rejuvenate away from the hectic pace of the city, tucked in the wilds of the north woods, dozens of miles from the nearest small town. She is alone.
Or, so she thinks.
For in this desolate wilderness, someone is waiting for her. A monster beyond anything she's ever read about or even imagined. Someone who has other plans for her. With her.
When Anne finds a strange manuscript on her cabin doorstep deep in the forest, she is alarmed. How did it get there? When?
The manuscript, entitled BESTSELLER, is from none other than would-be-author Gerald Morgan (Ralph Lister). A madman. A lunatic. He's written a story about a literary agent that is being stalked by a deranged killer. Morgan wants her to read his work and consider representing him.
And for Anne Harper, the nightmare begins at chapter 1.