Emma Winberry is in her sixties. She has a sixth sense and talks to her Guardian Angel for advice. Emma and her significant other, Nate Sandler, are supernumeraries for the Midwest Opera in Chicago.Their friend, Delia Armanetti, is a singer in the chorus. Delia confides in Emma that she is not fond of her new daughter-in-law, June. Shortly thereafter Delia suffers a severe stroke and is unable to speak.When Emma visits her friend in the hospital she meets the daughter-in-law, June. Emma's sixth sense tells her that June is up to no good and resents her mother-in-law. Emma helps the speech therapist in regaining some form of communication.
When Delia is sent home, she suffers abuse from June.
June has a hidden agenda which spells trouble for both Delia and danger for Emma.
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About the Author
Helen Osterman lives in Homer Glen, a suburb of Chicago. She has five children and nine grandchildren. She received a Bachelor of Nursing degree from Mercy Hospital-St. Xavier College and later earned a Master’s Degree from Northern Illinois University. Throughout her forty-five year nursing career, she wrote articles for both nursing and medical journals. She is the author of the Emma Winberry Mystery Series: The Accidental Sleuth, 2007, The Stranger in the Opera House,2009, The Elusive Relation,2011 Emma Winberry and the Evil Eye, 2012. Notes in a Mirror, a paranormal/historical, 2009. Song of the Rails, a love story, 2011. She is a member of American Association of University Women, Mystery Writers of America, and Sisters in Crime and The Authors Guild.