Michael Parker is dying. He has had a good life and done well for himself. Now, alone, save for his loyal housekeeper, Smithy, he reminisces on a wonderful love affair he had in the summer of 1965.
Dianne was an archaeology student on study leave at the British Museum when they met. Then, one day after a passionate affair, she left, never to be heard of again.
Now at 75, with only six months to live, he asks his solicitor to send him someone who can find Dianne, and find the truth about why she left so suddenly before he dies.
James Lacey, from solicitor's Morris, Sterne and Wicks, is slowly and surely drawn into the mystery, as to where, and if, Dianne is alive.
Michael gives James money for travelling, and a Letter to give to Dianne, for if and when he finds her.
James travels far and wide to unravel the mystery that is Dianne Holland but also discovers secrets about his own relatives on a visit to India.
A Passionate Affair, Lost Love, Family Intrigue, A Suspicious Death;
Can James Lacey juggle all of these phenomenon's as well as coming to terms with his own personal anxieties?