One blustery night in November, Cathy Johnson is mowed down in her neighborhood. She is killed on the impact of an oncoming car. The aftermath of her death serves as a lesson to one and all. To the outside world, the Johnson family were a unit to be envied. Their business thrived; their marriage was solid. When Cathy Johnson dies, the void she leaves can be felt by all members of the Johnson family. They are bereft without their matriarch. Her husband searches for a refuge at the bottom of alcohol-filled glasses and her daughter battles with her internal demons.
Within weeks of Cathy’s demise, her entire family collapses. As little did anyone know, but the Johnson family had closets which were home to skeletons. Their truths were a lie. Their lies were the truth. Their floorboards buried links to Cathy’s past that unveiled that the wife and mother had more to hide than dust mites and traces of dry rot. Money had always bought them a disguise and an illusion of harmony. In the end; two people paid the price. One received death – the other was sentenced to a solitary life of condemnation.
Cathy Johnson is dead; or is she?
“Excellent book by Lynda hesson”
Excellent book lots of twist in this story but couldn’t stop reading I just wanted to keep reading and reading can’t wait for the second book.