"I was responsible for the death of a man once. I know I was. People would say I murdered him. His name was Edward. And I killed him.".... 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, who used to be a librarian, possibly have killed anyone? But maybe her aunt is right? Perhaps there is a family secret buried in the past thatCaroline's father wants to hide?
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