So dark, so deep. The secrets that you keep.
Mary loves life. Her hip troubles her and her vision is no longer what it used to be, but that is to be expected for a woman of seventy-eight.
When her husband unexpectedly passes, a well-meaning friend suggests a retirement village. It doesn’t take long for Mary to realize she is not ready for retirement. Her very soul needs freedom, friends and wine. She doesn't want to stay in her old country home by herself, but struggles to find suitable accommodation. What to do, where to go?
Mary comes up with a brilliant plan: to be a permanent guest in a smart hotel. In a hotel she'll never have to clean again. She can socialize and drink as she pleases, and if she dies, someone is bound to find her. What's not to love?
But Mary has a dark secret that haunts her, a secret that will eventually destroy her if she doesn't redeem herself. Join Mary on her journey, and find out how she affects the lives of the people around her.
Sometimes funny, sometimes sad, Life Through An Hourglass is bound to tug on your heartstrings.