No Place to Run by D.M. Macdonald

No place to run

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Home should hold back the shadows - not create them

Anna Felby has fled her wealthy privileged life for peace in the countryside. There, for the first time in her life she finds peace and unconditional love. From her dog, her old horse and her little herd of llamas.
Her idyll is shattered when she finds the body of her estranged aunt Geraldine in her vegetable garden.
Because Geraldine was a famous television star, Anna is invaded by the press, one of whom is the mysterious Harry Nichols.
Harry's misgivings about her family's business really rile Anna but she dismisses him as just another prying journalist. That all changes when he defends her against some nasty visitors. Despite her distrust they join forces.
But someone thinks Anna is too big a threat to be left alive. To save her they have to find who killed Geraldine and why. They begin to expose the truth behind Anna's family's wealth. How far will the family go to suppress that truth?