At the opening of Monica Tindall’s brilliant only novel, Susan Prioleau wishes to investigate the source of the darkness and dysfunctionality in her husband’s family. Susan’s background as a mystery writer and journalist makes her the ideal choice to unearth the truth behind Helena Prioleau’s startling transformation from a charming, witty, artistic girl into the abusive woman she became after marriage. Susan’s investigations are as addictive and compelling as a detective novel, and Tindall’s subtle understanding of human nature will leave readers fascinated and conflicted about a woman who suffered much and made others suffer with her. With an introduction by Gillian Tindall.
Dean Street Press, 9781911579311