Susan Meissner explores what God does in the deep places of the human spirit in this story about an acclaimed mystery writer Luke Foxbourne, who lives a happy life in a century–old manor house in Connecticut. But when his father, Jack, has a stroke, Luke returns to his hometown of Halcyon, Iowa, where he reluctantly takes the reins of his father’s newspaper for an undetermined amount of time.
Memories of Norah—the neighbor girl who was his first kiss—cause Luke to reflect as he spends night after night alone in his childhood home. Soon he feels an uncontrollable urge to start writing a different story altogether. Norah’s story. And his own.