A post–World War II widow is uncertain she can trust her new husband in this psychological suspense novel by the author of the Duncan Maclain Mysteries.
Something’s wrong with Natalie Sherrett. For Natalie, every day is an internal struggle, wrestling with grief over the loss of her first husband, Bob, who was killed in the war—and now terror, as she’s come to fear her new husband, Trev, is trying to kill her.
As she walks a fine line between reality and delusion, will Natalie be able to rescue herself from her crippling insanity and walk once again in the light? Or will she topple over the edge and take everyone with her into the darkness?
“An excursion into paranoia with overtones of allegory. ” —Oakland Tribune
Baynard Kendrick was a founding member of the Mystery Writers of America, the holder of the organization’s first membership card, and a winner of its Grand Master Award.