Young widow, Katherine Caine, feels like a fish out of water in her neighborhood filled with happy families, or families that appear happy. It’s 1960 and presidential candidate, John Kennedy, is talking about a New Frontier, but Katherine can’t figure out where her personal New Frontier lies or how to get there. Getting involved in a murder plot? Not on her list of possibilities, but that is what happens when she gets pulled into a domestic drama in the house across the street. Soon she is wondering if being isolated from her neighbors was such a bad thing. Still, she can’t stop looking for the truth.
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