Author(s): Minette Walters
In 1970, a retarded 20-year-old was convicted of brutally murdering his grandmother - less than three years later he was dead, driven to suicide. But what if he were innocent? Over 30 years later, an anthropologist reawakens the case.
The acclaimed author of nine international bestsellers, Walters has established herself as one of today's leading crime writers. Most of her previous novels have been made into television mini-series. She lives with her husband and two children in Dorset, England.