By Julie Hyzy
From the writer of the winning White condo Chef mysteries.
Everyone wishes a section of millionaire Bennett Marshfield, proprietor of Marshfield Manor, yet now it's as much as a brand new curator Grace Wheaton and good-looking groundskeeper Jack Embers to guard expensive outdated Marshfield. yet to do that, they'll need to examine a botched Ponzi scheme, a few torrid Wheaton kinfolk secrets-and bitter grapes out for revenge.
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He hasn’t attempted anything here. He’s more like enraged. It’s like keeping a bear in a cage—a silent bear. But with this kind of presentation, I don’t want to just release him. He’s got to stay somewhere for a while, have someone figure out what’s really going on, and his meds will need fine-tuning. He did sign in voluntarily, and I bet he’ll go pretty willingly at this point. ” It was our old joke, and John rose obligingly to it. ” “Thanks for the compliment. And thanks especially for messing up my lunch break.
I waited. Then, observing that he wasn’t going to speak further, I stood up. “Mr. Oliver, I am here whenever you need me. And you are here so that we can care for you and help you get well again. Please feel free to have the nurse call me. I’ll come see you again soon. ” I couldn’t have known how thoroughly he would take me at my word. When I visited the next day, the nurse said he hadn’t spoken to her all morning, although he had eaten a little breakfast and seemed calm. His silence wasn’t reserved for the nurses; he didn’t speak to me either—not that day or the next, nor for the following twelve months.