WHAT FOLLOWS AFTER
Separation and divorce carried a social stigma in the ‘60s, but Walsh’s characters adeptly tackle the issues. This story is complete with a fast pace and a riveting storyline that keep readers’ attention. Colt’s voice is passionate and enthralling, and it allows the reader to feel a part of the tale as it unfolds.
Colt Harrison just inherited a house. While this would be a dream for many, for Colt it’s what nightmares are made of. Memories associated with the house take him back to 1962, when he and his little brother, Timmy, ran away to try to force their separated parents to reunite. For the FBI, their disappearance takes a bit of a backseat to the impending attacks by Russia that have the entire nation on guard. Will the potential tragedy strengthen his parents’ relationship, or push them further apart? (REVELL, Apr., 320 pp., $14.99)