True Colors (Book 6)
In Boston, 1886, Harriet Peters commissions Sarah Jane Robinson to make her a new dress. Both widows are struggling to make ends meet, and they strike up a quick friendship. Harriet feels sorry for Sarah Jane, who has suffered so much loss in her life. But Harriet's friend, Dr. Michael Wheaton, has concerns that death seems to follow Sarah Jane in mysterious ways Still, Harriet can't imagine any deceit in her friend, who she comforts through the deaths of her daughter and nephew. Will Harriet's trusting nature lead to her own demise as a persistent stomachache starts to plague her?