It should have been her sanctuary - until things got murderous...
'Few authors are better than Margaret Yorke in generating a real sense of fear' SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
'The mistress of unease' DAILY TELEGRAPH
Ruth Castle - alone, proud, defiant - is determined to rescue some personal happiness from the wreckage of her life. In Haverbury village, she makes friends with Marjorie and Robert Bretherton, and is soon involved in the affairs of other relatives who come to stay for Christmas.
Family conflicts emerge, and one night, turning to Ruth for support in a sudden crisis, Marjorie realises that things are not as straightforward as she thought - and that her very life is threatened ...
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