Mrs. Malory?s Shortest Journey
The lady vanishes
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Sweet, very rich Mrs. Edith Rossiter would be better off
dead—for a surprising number of people. Her greedy
daughter covets her fortune. Her son wants large sums of
cash. And the family of her gravely ill sister would get
fat windfall if Edith should expire first. Edith,
is alive and well in Taviscombe’s finest nursing home
without leaving a trace, she suddenly vanishes.
With no evidence of foul play, Mrs. Sheila Malory has only
suspicions about her old friend’s fate. She hears nursing
home gossip about Edith’s stash of sleeping pills, about
argument, about the appearance of a mysterious man and
woman, so she uses her skills as an amateur sleuth to nose
around the window’s secrets. And there Mrs. Malory makes
discovery that—in the case of Edith at least—family and
friends would find shocking…except for those who firmly
believe there is life after death.
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