Maggie Summer’s life is full. She has three loves in her life: her antique print business, her career as a community college professor, and the new man in her life. She loves using the antique prints to illustrate her lectures on American cultural history.
When a special dormitory is built for single parents and their children, Maggie is thrilled to become the faculty advisor to the young parents—until one of the young mothers is poisoned. There is a killer on campus, but is it an outsider or someone Maggie knows and trusts? Does someone want to destroy Whitcomb House or the college?
As always, Maggie finds the answers to her questions in the antique prints she knows and loves. And this time, torn between her own needs and those of her students, the most important discoveries Maggie makes are about herself.
A Blackstone Audio production.