Should Festering Secrets Be Told?
In the spring of 1967, a child fearfully rolls diary pages into a tight cylindrical wad and hides them in the body cavity of a naked Toni doll. Forty-six years later, Lena Vincenti carefully unwraps the doll, an e-Bay purchase for her granddaughter. When she discovers the pages of the diary, the story that unfolds gives her both a surprise and a purpose. She immediately phones her dear friend Alice Tricklebank, and together they set off on a road trip to learn the fate of the child wrongly accused of arson…and murder.
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