Disappearing from her antiques shop amidst a spray of bullets, Sarah Lester leaves no body, only questions.
Sarah’s friends are left to deal with the aftermath of her disappearance, including questions about the dubious provenance of her antiques, potentially crushing the business she’s brought back from the brink of failure.
Travelling through time, Sarah struggles to reunite with her father while continuing the search for her mother, unaware England’s violent colonial past has followed her to the present, putting herself and those she loves in danger.
From the remote shores of New Zealand, through India’s hill country stations and onto the streets of Victorian London, Sarah must determine whether family bonds are strong enough to reach across the centuries.
The Last Letter is peopled with reticent soldiers, conniving clergymen, fanatical collectors and commission-hungry auctioneers, taking you on a spectacular journey through history. This sequel to Fifteen Postcards is not to be missed.