A fifteen year old schoolgirl accuses Marion Sharpe and her mother of kidnap. Her description of the attic, in which she claims to have been locked up, beaten and starved,is so acurate it appears to establish the guilt of these supposdedly respectable women beyond doubt. But will her story hold or can their solicitor, Robert Blair, prove the girl a liar? Even he has strong doubts. The girl is so convincing. The testimony so earnest and full of details. Has his attraction for Marion clouded his reason? Edwared Petherbridge reads this gripping novel, described as one of the most intriguing detective stories evern written"
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