Elizabeth is missing. At least that is what the note in Maud’s pocket says. So does the one on the wall. Both are in her handwriting, but she cannot remember writing them. Maud has been quite forgetful lately. She makes cups of tea and then leaves them lying around her house, undrunk. She keeps buying tinned peaches even though her cupboards are full of them. And her pockets and handbag are full of hand-written notes to remind her of things.
But Maud is determined to get to the bottom of her friend Elizabeth’s disappearance. In spite of everyone’s assurances that Elizabeth is fine, Maud is convinced something is wrong. When even the police won’t help her, she decides to mount her own investigation. Now if she could only remember what she is investigating… Read More »