Margaret Innes

New Worlds: Reading, Writing and the Imagination

Past Secrets

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In an old house that she’s just bought in inner Sydney, Jocelyn finds a an elegant black satin dress still in its original wrappings with the remains of a small faded and dried rose placed on the tissue paper. The dress appears to have never been worn. The handmade label identifies it as made by a seamstress for an individual client many years ago, just after the end of World War II. In setting out to find the now elderly seamstress, Jocelyn uncovers an ancient and terrible crime which reaches into the present and places her in great danger.
Check my Margaret Innes Publications page for an excerpt from Past Secrets.

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