Guilt had overtaken Maggie Richards. The relationship with her mother was now severed. Possibly forever. A telegram from Rolen, Scotland shocks Maggie. Her mom has died from a horse riding accident. Maggie, however, is skeptical. Self-recrimination prods her to discover the evidence needed to charge Laurence MacLaren, her mother’s new step-son, with murder. Maggie and her two supportive friends receive an invite to spend their holiday at Stuart Hall, Laurence’s home. His charming personality and rugged good looks creates an emotional conflict for Maggie. Intrigue and cunning at every turn leads Maggie to discover that the motive for murder and the mysterious disappearance of Laurence’s father outweighs the possibility of an accident. Her experiences will change her life forever as she seeks the evidence to prove his guilt Without A Doubt.