“If it had rained on the 25th of April at least one woman would not
have died. Not that I bear any responsibility for that. Nothing I did
intentionally caused anyone’s death.”
Stenographer Beatrice Barrington witnesses a meeting between the
defendant in the criminal case she’s working on and a woman who later
contacts a member of the jury. Before Beatrice can take any action,
the juror is found dead. Still trying to deal with her difficult past,
Beatrice is pulled into a world of deception, danger and blackmail.
Helped by her friend, retired Detective Gabriel Ingram, she is in a
race against time to find the truth behind the death of the jurywoman
before the trial
collapses and more people die. Then a stalker with a familiar face
begins to watch her every move. Now, for her, it becomes a struggle to
Will Beatrice identify the killer in time?