Jenny protested that Adelaide would never have killed herself. She remembered her sister, before her marriage, as a vivacious, life-loving girl. Yet Dennis Holland and his family described a depressed, unhappy woman who slipped out one night and hanged herself. Unconvinced, Jenny quietly looked for answers.
And then, purely by accident, she stumbled on bits and pieces that hinted a murderer was loose. But surely not Dennis, the grieving widower, or Charles, his carefree but concerned cousin -- Charles, whom Jenny was learning to love.
As she probed deeper, tension mounted in the Holland household, a tension that finally exploded into a revelation so shattering that Jenny herself faced death -- and a coroner's verdict that would say, again, “suicide whole of unsound mind…”