The decision to help one small boy turns eight elderly women's lives upside-down. Danger becomes a way of life. If the women are going to save the boy and stay alive, they are going to have to use skills that have been dormant way too long.
Amelia doesn't particularly like being invisible now that she's 66, but that's just the way it is. But she's not the only sixty-something (or older) woman who had a career and now retired, with bridge the excitement of their life. And then along comes Marc and he needs their help. The eight women now have a problem to solve and put their collective talents to work to help Marc. In the process they encounter some other twists and turns and find answers to many other questions. Why is the ruby top of the cane loose? Their success gives them a new purpose (and a new hobby beyond bridge) and gives one pause - better not underestimate this group (or any others) because of their age.
About the Author:
From living off the grid in the Arizona desert, Eileen has moved to the woods of upstate New York. She has authored a standalone adventure novel called Desert Shadow. She is also the author of Alicia Trent Series. The Black Cane : Dowager Diaries Book 1 is her latest release.
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