In 1970, a popular, wealthy student, Prin, fell to her death just before her graduation from Pelham College. While there was a cloud of suspicion, police ruled the death a suicide. But Prin’s twin sister, Elaine, never believed the official account of the events. And over 30 years later, although Elaine has achieved wealth and success as a mystery novelist, she yearns for an answer. Enter Faith Fairchild, a caterer and sometime sleuth, and, more importantly in this case, a sister of a Pelham graduate. When Elaine contacts Faith through her sister, to commission her catering services on her private island, Faith jumps at the chance. The beautiful estate is to be the setting for a reunion of eight of Elaine and Prin’s Pelham classmates. But in a fascinating re-imagining of the celebrated Agatha Christie tale And Then There Were None, Faith finds herself trapped on a private island, with the eight women Elaine suspects were the cause of her sister’s death. And with no phone lines, cell reception, or boat to get back to shore, it appears that Faith is a pawn in a dangerous game of chess, and she must make every move perfectly before she becomes a casualty of a disturbed sister’s revenge.