Two deaths - one psychological, one real. Against her will, Logan is thrown smack dab in the middle of both and can't escape either.
During the first vacation she's taken in years, Logan looks forward to sharing the beauty of the Oregon coast with Ben and her family. They quickly immerse themselves in summer fun - ocean walks, caramel corn by the fire, a visit to the aquarium, a charter boat fishing trip, and to top it all off, tickets for Logan and Ben to an amazing, intimate classical music concert featuring a pair of visiting musicians from China.
But within days, Logan finds herself inexorably drawn into a homicide investigation - as a possible suspect. While she reels from that discovery, Logan is forced to face a ghost from her past and make a thorny, personal decision that will change everyone's lives, including her brother Rick's.
Weaving themes of loss, forgiveness, family, love, and community, Davisson's characters all seek a safe harbor, but not all of them find one.
If you enjoy character-driven novels with a strong sense of place, like J. A. Jance, C. J. Box, Louise Penny, Elly Griffiths, and Alexander McCall Smith, you will love getting to know Logan McKenna.