Callie Anson should have learned her lesson by now: revisiting the past is seldom a good idea. But she succumbs to peer pressure and attends a reunion at her theological college in Cambridge, where she is forced to confront painful memories – and the presence of her clueless ex, Adam.
Margaret Phillips, the Principal of the college, has a chance for happiness but before she can grasp it she has to deal with her own ghosts – as well as corrosive, intrusive gossip. Both women learn something about themselves, and about forgiveness, from the wise John Kingsley.
Meanwhile, in London, police officers Neville Stewart and Mark Lombardi are involved with the latest fatal stabbing of a teenager. Was gifted, popular Sebastian Frost all he seemed to be, or was there something in his life that led inevitably to his death? They’re plunged into the queasy world of cyber-bullying, where nothing may be as it seems.
While they’re apart, Callie and Mark’s relationship is on hold, and his Italian family continues to be an issue. Will Marco realise, before it’s too late, that while his family will always be important to him, he is entitled to something for himself?
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**I received an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest review Callie Anson was a clergy person who felt revisiting the past was a bad idea. Tamsin Howells was one of her friends at Archbishop Temple House. Marco was a big part of Callie's world. Callie decides to go to the Archbishop Temple House for a reunion. A cop gets called in the middle of the night with murder of a young man. He was found on the other side of the wall from the churchyard. I tried getting into this book, but I found it just too busy. I'm sure it may be tied in together, but was it so slow-going that it just couldn't keep my attention. I was unable to even form much of an opinion on the main character because of it.