Olivia was mystified after finding a cyanide capsule inside the opal ring she’d inherited from her beloved French grandmother. But when a letter arrived from another law firm stating Bridgette had left a package that she must travel to France to claim, Liv was downright perplexed. And excited to travel abroad!
The package containing an heirloom quilt was indeed a surprise, though not nearly as much as the deed to property in Vichy sewn into a seam, along with what appeared to be her grandmother’s French marriage certificate to someone when she was 17 — six years before she’d met Olivia’s Grandpa…
My theme this year is 100 word fiction. (So, no, don’t count this line!) This is a continuation of O is for Opal which you can find here.