For nearly a year, Scott and Gina Harrison have been hiding the fact that their marriage has crumbled. Although they're living in separate houses, they attend church and family functions as though they are still together. To keep up the deception, they've instructed their sons, Colt and Timmy, to lie for them.
After a time, the boys have had enough. Colt hatches a scheme to force their parents back together and one morning he and Timmy launch their plan. Then everything goes horribly wrong.
The extent of the disaster had me reading compulsively to learn how What Follows After would resolve the crises involving not only the boys, but of course, their parents as well. Fans of Dan Walsh's novels will love this one. I certainly did. Walsh did a superb job with setting the story in Florida in 1962. The many telling details from that era added immensely to the narrative.
I give What Follows After two thumbs way up! My thanks to the author and Revell for a review copy of this book.