A Poet’s Justice by Eileen Dunbaugh

by Barb Goffman

From the anthology Murder New York Style: Fresh Slices (L & L Dreamspell 2011)

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This story is told from the point of view of a woman working as an aide to an elderly lady, and now one of the woman’s family members has finally come to visit. The aide clearly thinks the family cares about nothing but the woman’s money. Is she right? I can’t really say much more without giving things away.)