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- Publisher: MedEcon Analytics, LLC (December 22, 2012)
- Publication Date: December 22, 2012
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00ARWFLIM
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Jon Browning is a hard-charging executive in the investment banking business. While his company is in the middle of an important merger, his personal life is turned upside down when his wife Beth makes a shocking confession. Jon later tries to talk to Beth about it and she accuses him of twisting her words, insisting he has changed her story. When she admits that a leader in their church had advised her to confess and convinces Jon to attend marital counseling with a church-affiliated psychologist, not only do the counseling sessions not go well, but it appears that the psychologist suspects that Jon is causing the problems in the marriage. Then strange things begin to happen in Jon's personal and professional life, and he feels he is being railroaded. As the marriage deteriorates, his greatest fear is losing his children. Jon turns to a friend who runs a Savannah mission for the homeless, and together they track down the source of the mysterious activities. They eventually unravel a high-level conspiracy that will shake up Savannah and change Jon's life forever.