Donna McDougall retired from a career in Community Health Care, nursing and coordinating hospice volunteers. Her poetry and short stories have been anthologized. Missionary Cay is her first novel. She lives in Peterborough, Ontario, where she satisfies her affinity for nature through hiking, cross-country skiing and kayaking. She is working on her second novel.
All is not well, nor is it as it seems to be, in the quiet Bahamian fishing village of Rock Point on Missionary Cay. This stunning murder mystery will keep you guessing.
When Sheila Woods flies from Toronto to the Cay, where she has rented a house in the small quaint village of Rock Point, little does she know that her life will change forever. One night, Sheila discovers her friend’s body with a knife embedded in her chest. Over the following months, Sheila conducts her own investigation into the murder, angering the locals, whose secrets impede her attempts to solve the crime.
Who committed the murder and why are the locals intent on suppressing or manipulating facts? Will Sheila’s persistent efforts to uncover the truth put her in danger?