Patrick has an ideal life. He's a full-time graphic novel artist married to a beautiful medical examiner named Sam. They live in a beautiful, isolated house with their rescue cat, Zoey. After eight years of marriage, the couple is still crazy over each other.
But one morning--after a particularly passionate night of sex--Patrick finds Sam cowering in the corner of their room...and she claims to be Lily. Lily is a young girl (around six years old) and Patrick does all in his power to "bring" his wife back. A visit to the doctor reveals little...all medical tests return negative. But Patrick refuses to take Lily/Sam to a therapist, hoping he can help her on his own.
I'M NOT SAM is a riveting trip dealing with selective memory loss and age regression--not so much a horror story although it manages to be horrific enough in ways the author's fans have come to expect.
Take my advice--pay attention to the author's request in his introduction; the second co-story, WHO'S LILY?, works better after letting the main tale work into your psyche for a while. This is yet another dose of real-life terror Ketchum fans will surely enjoy (and I'm assuming McKee's fans will, too).