When Caroline goes to see her Great Aunt Clara in the old people's home, she's not prepared for the revelations that follow. How could her boring old aunt possibly have killed anyone? And the more she talks to her aunt, the more Caroline thinks there might be a family secret buried in the past which her father is desperate to hide.
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