Shades of Murder

European Literature

Author: Ann Granger

In 1889 the late Cora Oakley’s husband William was put on trial for her murder. The case was dismissed, but Oakley fled the country, never to be heard of again.,Over a hundred years later, the only remaining members of the family are two elderly sisters who, after years of struggling to maintain their dilapidated ancestral home, have decided to sell up. But then Jan, a youn….Read More

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