Maura Donavan stare at the woman in shock. Did she hear correctly? The woman said, “I’m your Mother.” She hadn’t seen her mother since she was 2 years old. Maura’s feelings were mixed. They were sitting in the Gardai station as Helen Jenkins, her Mother is waiting to be interviewed about the unexplained death of her Mother’s employer. Maura was having problems getting her emotions under control. Maura works with the Gardai to find answers to the death. Will Maura be able to clear her Mother’s name? Is there romance in Maura’s future? I highly recommend this book and series.
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Sounds like a good book.
I have yet to read a Shirley Connolly story, I didn’t like. This is one of the best series.
Sounds like a great book.
I was surprised that it is already archived.
I am not Shelia Connolly is a very popular author. I considered her a good read every time.