You can’t go home again. Or can you?Matt Hunter has been away from Devon-on-Hudson, the small, upstate New York village where he was born and raised, for a long time, and, as he approaches forty, he doesn’t have much to show for his life since he left except for a couple of failed careers, a merciful divorce, and a brand-new private investigator’s license.But then comes an unexpected knock on the door, and Matt suddenly has a first client in the comely form of Doreen Chandler, a woman he’d grown up with, and who had married his best friend, David Chandler. David had suddenly inexplicably disappeared after a lifetime of success as a banker, husband, and father, and Doreen desperately wants Matt to find him.His years as an NYPD cop made Matt a pretty good investigator, and he’s pretty sure he’ll be able to find David. But he soon begins to realize that in order to find David, he’s going to have to revisit his own past, a past that he’s not at all sure he’s ready to confront, and uncover secrets long hidden in his once sleepy little home town.Things turn even more complicated as he soon realizes that there’s an awful lot about David’s seemingly perfect life that just doesn’t add up. And to make things even worse, he has to face the fact that he still harbors not-so-innocent feelings for Doreen, feelings that he thought he left behind long ago.But Doreen knocked on his door, and he let her in. Now it’s up to Matt to find out if he opened the door to his future, or to his past. And he has to decide if he’s looking for David Chandler, or himself.