In the quite town of Cullpepper, Ga. things are not so quite after all! Jack Turner just went back there for some piece and quite to write another book. While there he has arranged to give a lecture for his former Professor, on WWII. Jack is a history writer, it is what he is seeped in. However, history is about to take on a huge new meaning for Jack very soon, and Rachel! He hadn't expected to see Rachel again. She's changed and it is possible they could have a chance at a great many things, if this town's secrets don't destroy one of them, or someone close to them first!
Meanwhile, there are somethings no-one would expect afoot in this tiny town. It all starts unraveling with the un-nerving death of a Cullpepper collage student. Detective Joe Boyd thought this quite town would be just the ticket after the high crime and drama Pittsburgh. With this college student dead, and things not quite adding up, all I can say is this town is going to need Joe in ways they never dreamed about...until now.
This book was a page turner. I wasn't sure at first, being that I am not normally into war stories, but with each page I was more and more drawn in. I was thrilled to read something with much more depth and suspense than Mr. Walsh's other books. This one has his classic "time gone by" feeling but didn't loose the modern day edge that we live in. It was sad when it was over, and I'm praying he will write more books in this style. I felt I was at last, reading more of the real Dan Walsh, and not just what he has been allowed to publish thus far.
A highly recommended read for anyone wanting a dramatic, suspenseful, clean read!I understand the purpose of the other books, but in my book shelf, this one is Dan's best book so far!
My copy of this book came from the Author in exchange for my honest review and nothing else.