Sheila Malory takes on the unenviable task of sorting through her dear friend Leonora's voluminous estate when she passes on. Although she was in her 80s, dying from drinking contaminated water seems an unfitting end for a former journalist whose life was the stuff of novels. But as the main obstacle to a local land development, her demise was very convenient for certain interested parties. And as questions arise about the will and strangers come out of the past, Mrs. Malory investigates whether the source of the contamination--and Leonora's death--was due to natural causes.
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