Full of Grace: Book 6 of The Grace Sextet
In 1968, Grace returns to the United States to help her brother, Damien, who has been overwhelmed by the mortal illness of his wife, Julie. Grace also seeks atonement. In 1929, she had exacted revenge on wealthy, powerful men who had grievously harmed her loved ones, Since they loved money more than life itself, she stole two million dollars from them, thinking that would be the best way to hurt them. However, her thievery had been directly or indirectly the cause of four deaths. She hated the money she had stolen, and by 1968 the two million had grown to six million, so there is much more to hate. She has decided she must somehow dispose of this fortune. It should be easy to give away six million dollars, but it isn't. It should never the easy to atone for one's sins, and it isn't. Meantime, she has become the focus of a story about a reluctant anti-heroine, and the investigating reporter's effort to dig up the facts she needs also unearths a vicious murderer who stalks the reporter and Grace.