After David Herron takes his life in the wake of the bursting lending bubble, those left behind—his wife and daughter, the detective who investigated the suicide, and the banker who called in the loan—must learn how to say good-bye to the past and move into a brighter future.
“Ward masterfully builds a sense of dread with mundane details in the first section, and the way that she finds significance in moments of ordinary, everyday life is reminiscent of the work of Anne Tyler. This deeply empathetic novel deals sensitively with difficult subjects….An insightful and psychologically astute story of ordinary people moving forward after personal tragedy.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
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