What Follows After Review

     My Thoughts:
     I enjoyed this book very much, it is a bit suspenseful and definitely has great tension.  You know "who done it" because the story tells it all, but is has a feel of a suspense book to it.  I was interested in the historical aspects of the Cuban Missile Crisis, and how it affected everyday life and the life of law enforcement officials.  It is obvious this book took some research, to get the feel correct.  I was not born in '62 so I have no memories of that time, so this was a part of history that is new to me.  4 stars from this reviewer.  I did enjoy Dan writing on his own again after his last few books being collaberations.  
This book was provided by Revell Books for review purposes only, no payment was received for this review. 
About the Book:
In October 1962, Colt Harrison and his little brother, Timmy, hatched a plan. They would run away from their Florida home, head for their aunt's house in Savannah, Georgia, and refuse to come home until their parents got back together. But things go terribly, terribly wrong. Colt's mother and father must come to grips with years of neglect and mistrust in order to recover their beloved sons, their love for one another, and their broken marriage.

In this emotional story, Dan Walsh takes readers on a journey to rediscover the things that matter most in life--love, truth, and family.

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