An Extract from CAPABLE OF MURDER - A Belinda Lawrence Mystery. This is the setting in Bath Abbey, Somerset.
Late afternoon found Belinda in Bath. She bought some food for her supper and as she scurried across the Abbey Churchyard, the rain eased and faint rays of sunlight lit up the facade of Bath Abbey.
Realising that she had not played the tourist, and weary from her work and the recent confrontation with Mark, she slipped into the ancient Abbey and sat bathed in the faint coloured light spilling from the windows.
Gazing up at the elegant fan vaulting over the chancel, Belinda felt herself relax fully for the first time in weeks. Warm tears flowed down her cheeks as she mourned the loss of her aunt, tears that she had held back but now released in gentle tribute to her dead relative.
Intrusive questions rose in her mind, increased in potency and drove the tears from her cheeks. She dried them and found herself puzzling over the events of the past weeks.
Aunt Jane’s letter, for one.
Why had Rosemary been killed and what was the significance of the scrap of paper bearing the name “Michelangelo”?
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