After finding love and happiness with Samantha in Burying the Past, David Brooks deals with the turmoil he suffers while making sure that history does not repeat itself. As he fights with his anxiety issues about losing his new wife and their newborn children, David gets involved in things that he shouldn’t and soon realizes that his fears from the past are justified. When tragedy hits, David finally snaps. The rage he had been building up since the murder of his first family boils to the surface and changes David forever.
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This is a powerful sequel to Burying the Past. I totally enjoyed very moment and did not want it to end. I would reccommend it to anyone that enjoys love, mysteries and really good endings. Heart stopping moments are present.
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