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February 1933. Receiving a mysterious summons from her cousin Laurel, Amory Ames and her playboy husband, Milo, set off for the Lyonsgate estate posthaste. 

The house was the scene of a tragic accident seven years ago, when a reckless party of wild young things got out of hand, but it seems a mystery lingers on as the same guests reassemble, and Amory is sure that the notorious Isobel Van Allen stands at the centre of it. 

When a desperate person turns to murder, it’s up to Amory and Milo to sort through a web of scandal and lies to uncover the truth and the identity of a killer.

©2016 Ashley Weaver (P)2018 Story Sound

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The narrator changes at the start of chapter 18 - why?? I found it very noticeable

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