Susan Karsten’s latest book review: “What Follows After” by Dan Walsh

Dan Walsh draws you in to his fabulous story world — and won’t let you go.  This intriguing book transcends a couple of genres, but I will call it historical fiction, since the bulk of it takes place in the early 1960s. Yet, the whole book has a contemporary feel, and enough mystery to nudge it into that genre as well.

 

Coming to terms with an upsetting family incident in the past is as much as I am going to reveal here. I do not want to spoil the fascinating story that unfolds like a perfect map. (Get my simile?)

I think you will enjoy this well-written, gentle, yet gripping tale.

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