White Lake by Susan Amond ToddWhite Lake by Susan Amond Todd

White Lake

bySusan Amond Todd

Paperback | October 15, 2016

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Cynthia Lewis was living a predictable life in suburbia. Big house, daughter in college, son in his last year of high school, career as a nurse at the local hospital, and a successful husband. Life was good. She and her husband Philip were so close ... she knew him so well ... or did she? 

After many years of marriage, Cynthia is encountering a doubt all women may have considered unthinkable. Unexpectedly, she is forced down a path to confront that doubt and more, as a secret is exposed and her world unravels in a way she never imagined. This was not the life she dreamed of or planned.

Cynthia’s new life evolves into a mundane safe existence until the good intention of her best friend Purvell stirs things up. In a panic, she runs away to the only place she could go, a destination removed from interference, where she searches for the answers to move on.

Susan Amond Todd has lived in North Carolina for the past 30 plus years but was born and raised in Neenah, WI. She is married with two grown daughters and grandmother to one little boy. Her career has been spent raising her daughters and in banking. As a young person she enjoyed writing short stories and poetry thinking maybe someday s...
Title:White LakeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:306 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.69 inPublished:October 15, 2016Publisher:Warren PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1943258287

ISBN - 13:9781943258284


Editorial Reviews

White Lake is a revealing story that holds many twists and turns: death, confrontation, rebirth, renewal and revelations. Susan Amond Todd's ability to portray Cynthia's growth and process of adaptation embraces the aftermath of tragedy and life-altering circumstances without a tone of melodrama, while her ability to detail the slow progression of how love builds also foregoes overdone emotion in favor of a more studied analysis of the anchors between past and present experience and how people change and learn how to love in new ways.----D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review