About "And Then You Don't"
Is Drew Nolan chasing a ghost from his past this time? Two ghosts? Is there even anyone dead? Join Nolan on another adventure in which the only answers are those that lead him into forests of ever more questions. "And Then You Don't" is funny, engaging, and further explores whether "The One Who Knows has the Responsibility" to make what's hidden known -- even though the consequences may be deadly.
Drew Nolan is a hapless sort, a former police detective in Philly who quit the force after getting shot. He had the Means, Motive and Opportunity to move down to Key Largo, buy a boat and a lawn chair, and there repose til the end of his days.
Unfortunately, life keeps making other plans.
In And Then You Don't, Nolan gets a visit from a long-ago lover, and she's brought a present, some news, and a mystery that takes him out of his lawn chair and onto a plane to Amsterdam... with her.
Seems someone's dead.
His lover June is not too happy to see him sucked into another whirling vortex of unanswerable questions, but what's a fella supposed to do?
Although by all accounts, Drew's friend and famous artist, Eliseo Barardo, had perished at sea, fallen overboard while out sailing alone. However, there's reason to believe not everything is how it seems. For one thing, there's Barardo himself saying he was murdered. A neat trick for a dead man.
Join Nolan and Pinks in Amsterdam, and visit Paris while you're at it. Wherever you go, so long as your with Nolan, there's bound to be ghosts. They keep popping up in the most unlikely places, and the most inconvenient times.
By the way, they are all back: Nolan, June, Wiley, Watkins and Annigail... all scratching their heads. 'Why, Andrew, does this keep happening to you?"