How Would You React if Your Loved One Disappeared From a Family Reunion in Maui?
This third book in the thrilling “Day” trilogy, The Final Day: All Clear, brings the Winters family drama back into frame with further tragedy, newly uncovered secrets, and even more plot twists.
Following the family from the 1930s into the 1990s, this final book is strong enough to stand on its own, even if you haven’t read the first two in the series. The story focuses on the current tragic disappearance of Matthew Winters’s son, while weaving in the family’s history of marriages, births, deaths, and disappearances.
When young James Winters mysteriously disappears off the coast of Maui during a family reunion, it initially appears to be a tragic accident. With no body and no evidence of foul play, the rescue team has to give up after the official three-day search ends unsuccessfully.
But back home, Matthew’s detective friend, Peter Sutherland, isn’t so sure that this is a random accident. And he’s determined to investigate, even if what he uncovers is more bad news.
Meanwhile, Matthew’s older sister, Ruth, who’s been in witness protection from the mob, watches her grief-stricken family on the news—and begins to wonder if it’s finally time to come out of hiding.