Sometimes you have to take the law into your own hands...
After losing her high-powered job in Hong Kong, forty-something widow and lawyer, Maggie Macbeth, turns up on the doorstep of her old sidekick, Cath, in the sleepy Peak District village of Archdale.
A fish out of water, Maggie comes into conflict with everyone and everything - especially Cath's awful best friend, Tiggy - and rock bottom is just around the corner. But it turns out Maggie isn't the only one in trouble. When a crisis hits the local community, Maggie has a choice: to give up on life, or go back to her legal roots and fight for justice. But can she save the day as well as herself?
This laugh-out loud debut novel shows that no battle is too big when you've got friends on your side.
"This is a warm, witty and lovely book about time, friendship and love" - David Quantick
"A warm and sassy tale about finding out who you really are" - Helen Bridgett
"Two worlds collide and Murray is a shrewd observer of the consequences. She writes with humour and perceptiveness. An author to watch." - Jane Robins
About the author
A native of Glasgow, Stacey Murray was an international commercial lawyer for many years - in the City of London and in Hong Kong. In 2005, she changed career to become an independent film producer. Her first film, A Boy Called Dad, was acquired by the BBC and nominated for the Michael Powell Award for Best British Film at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. She lives in hope - literally, in the village of Hope in the Derbyshire Peak District - with her husband and two rescue dogs. Twitter is her social media drug of choice: her handle is @TheStacemeister.