Just when life is at its rosiest, Maggie's world falls apart. Divorce, unforeseen and devastating, t only divides families, but polarizes much of the town called Sandy Cove. God have mercy on anyone who steps between two strong-willed women battling for the affection (and money) of the same handsome, charismatic, philandering man! Never mind that he's pushing sixty; he's wickedly wealthy! Divorce papers arrive; settlement disputes abound; a second marriage takes place; a baby is born; people die; and the war of the wives continues to rage. Questions are left unanswered, and mysteries remain unsolved. Somebody kws, but one is telling. (This is a fictional story inspired by an actual, decades-old, unsolved mystery . . . the disappearance of The Flying Dutchman. Details of the real story are revealed in the epilogue.)
Linda Kay DuBose, a former schoolteacher, is the wife of a minister and has two children and eleven grandchildren. She is a graduate of William Carey University in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. This is her fourth novel. A native of Laurel, Mississippi, she now resides with her husband, Wayne, in Shreveport, Louisiana.