If what doesn't kill you makes you stronger, why is Audrey getting weaker by the day? It's been a rough year for Audrey's family; her husband Geoff, a pastor, lost his job after a scandal rocked their congregation. But Audrey's never lost faith and has held her family together. Their attempt to resurrect a failing bakery is an effort to heal the family wounds and restore their place in the community. Then one morning Audrey strikes a vehicle that she can't see even after the collision settles. Emerging from her car into the fog, she discovers that she's hit a scooter, with no rider in sight. There's blood though, so much that she slips in it and injures her wrists.
The absence of the scooter driver is a mystery, especially to Sergeant Jack Mansfield, the detective and church member who drove Geoff from his pulpit. The scooter belongs to Jack's wife, Julie, a teacher at the local high school, who has vanished like morning fog.
Unabridged audio CD; approximately 9 hours 10 minutes; 8 CDs; read by Nancy Gurley.
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