From the Book Jacket: "Jenny protested that Adelaide would never have killed herself. She remembered her sister, before her marriage to Dennis Holland, as an attractive, vivacious girl. Yet the Hollands described a hysterical, unhappy woman who slipped away while her son was sleeping and hanged herself from an attic beam. In fact, these in-laws seemed to share a sense of relief that poor Adelaide was no longer with them, and that Sandy, the child, would soon be departing with his aunt...."
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