But things are not as they seem. Stacie meets a man named Tom who aparently knew Jon and says she needs to talk to him. Stacie then receives a packet of letters from Jon telling her that everything she knew about him was a lie. She then receives computer codes, phone numbers, and safety deposit box keys.
As she tries to learn more about him she finds herself more confused. He has a box filled with passports with his photo but false names. There is another box filled with gold. In a safety deposit box she finds an expensive necklace that has been missing for decades.
Stacie doesn’t know who she can trust or who will tell her what is going on. She soon finds herself on a trip to Italy to try and find out just who her husband really was and what he was doing with guns, money, and jewelry that she had no knowledge of.
This book is fast paced and there are new details with every page turn. Stacie is a smart, strong woman who is trying to put together the pieces of her husbands life. I quickly became angry with the deceased Jon for hiding so many things from his wife and making it difficult for her after his death.
As Stacie tries to make sense of Jon’s lies she also needs to keep herself safe. There are people who are a danger to her but she doesn’t know who they are. Will she figure out who Jon really was or will her pursuit of knowledge lead to her early demise?