Dr Margaret Mitchell, A Widow In Her Mid Forties, Having Returned To Ireland From New Zealand After Years To Nurse Her Dying Mother, Phones The Police With A Sense Of Dread And Foreboding Her Daughter, Mary, Had Gone Out With Some Friends Hours Ago She Has Not Come HomeTwo Days Later, Margaret Receives The First Anonymous Phone Call Margaret Is A Psychiatrist Who Has Worked In An Institution For The Criminally Insane She Understands What She Is Hearing And Is Filled With TerrorA Week Later An Old Man Is Walking His Dog Beside A Canal And Finds The Body Of Mary Mitchell Half Submerged In The Water She Has Been Raped, Tortured, And Beaten To DeathInspector Michael McLoughlin, Who Has A Reputation As A Drinker And A Womanizer, Is Assigned To The Case Although He Was Once A Successful Detective, There Are Now Doubts About His Stability He Is Immediately Struck By Margaret S Beauty And The Force Of Her Personality, And Becomes Obsessed He Watches Her Constantly, Hoping The Killer Will Turn UpThe Killer, Jimmy Fitzsimmons, Is Arrested And Transfers His Desire To Damage And Kill To MargaretJimmy Confesses And Is Charged With Murder The First Day Of The Trial Arrives As Margaret Watches The Legal Teams Assembling, She Realizes That Her Past Is About To Catch Up With Her The Story Unfolds With Suspense And And A Tremendous Surprise
Julie Parsons was born in New Zealand but grew up in Ireland from an early age A former producer with RT radio and television, she lives in Dublin.
- 376 pages
- Mary, Mary
- Julie Parsons
- 10 March 2019 Julie Parsons