Settled along the gulf coast of Alabama, Helen struggled with the bitterness of losing her husband until an unexpected stranger challenges her to forgive and let go of her painful past.
Set in the South during World War II, the story is filled with multiple twists and turns that leave the reader anxious to discover what happens next. The story begins when Andrews discovers an old can buried in his yard. The can's curious contents leads the author to discover the mystery behind the man who once possessed these things.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. The mystery and suspense made it hard to put the book down. I enjoyed Andrew's writing style and the way he wove this "true" story together. I usually pride myself on being able to figure out these types of stories, but I can honestly say that it didn't end precisely the way I expected it to.
I have seen several of Andy Andrew's books, and knew that his work has been featured on the New York Times Best Seller list, but I never had an opportunity to read his work until recently. I look forward to checking out more of Andy Andrew's books in the future.
I received a complimentary copy of the book to facilitate my review. The opinions expressed are my own. I was not required to give a positive review of the book.