Does the mind grow duller with age, or does the mere actions of game playing, puzzle solving increase their sharpness? Two seniors, newly widowed wished to keep their 'little grey cells' active. By chance a neighbor appears to disappear, her character flaws seemed to lead them into believing that she could be a victim of something dangerous. They use what they have learned from their book club to find the answers, but when they do, who would believe them?
Many false clues, many possible characters had the right motives to commit a 'perfect' crime.
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About the Author
A retired educator now living in the Pacific Northwest.Traveled through and visited forty-eight of the fifty United States, summered in Mexico, Canada, Great Britain-England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland, visited western France, written plays for elementary, middle, and high school, taught classical fencing, volunteer reading, teaching puppetry, international artist with work displayed in greater London, Scotland, Wales, mid-west and western states.I will also go by my late husband's title name, Cheryl Lee DeLighton, to honour my late husband, C.N. Lee DeLighton and the stories he dictated to me.