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Issue Details: First known date: 2015... 2015 All That's Left Unsaid
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A mother’s secret…

Intrigued to learn her mother once lived in Italy, a secret she has kept for thirty years, Harriet (Harrie) Taylor accepts the challenge to determine if the remains known only as the Positano Skeleton belong to her mother’s long-lost friend. It’s as good an excuse as any to escape Australia and the stench of career failure. And succeeding just might prove her worth—as a journalist and a daughter.

An Italian odyssey…

Harrie finds beautiful Positano isn’t quite the sun-soaked paradise of the holiday brochures, despite the attentions of sexy bar owner, Antonio. No one wants to talk to a foreigner about the skeleton or the past, least of all the local commissario who has fresher bodies to worry about. How can she probe old secrets when she doesn’t even speak the language? Then a homeless man hands her a photograph and Harrie is forced to question how far she will go to find the truth.

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