Thomas takes Maggie to visit St Margaret's House, a residence for Benedictine nuns suffering from dementia and Alzheimer's disease. There she meets Meg, who volunteers at the residence. Meg gives Maggie a sealed envelope and asks her to keep it safe but not open it. Maggie reluctantly agrees to keep Meg's secret.
Then Maggie finds Meg murdered in the St Margaret's chapel. Another murder follows and the police think Maggie may know the man the media are calling the "Gloucestershire Garrotter." When Maggie at last opens Meg's mysterious envelope, what she finds inside could well explain the murders. And she can only hope that the killer's identity is discovered before she becomes his next victim.
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About the Author
She enjoys writing about women who have led complex and interesting lives, their relationships and the choices they have made. It frequently happens that there is some murder and mayhem involved as well.