Uncovering the family tree spells trouble for Jennie McGrady. Jennie McGrady is on the vacation of a lifetime-an extended trip to Ireland with Gram. And when the opportunity to stay in a castle arises, Jennie is ecstatic. For some reason, though, Gram doesn't share Jennie's enthusiasm. Then, just before their plane lands, Jennie discovers a threatening note: If you value your life, stay out of Ireland. Helen Bradley is returning to Ireland to settle the estate of her mother-a task she's still not ready for. An old friend offers a welcome distraction, asking Helen to look into the suspicious death of his father fifty-five years ago. But Jennie can't help wondering if Gram's investigation will only stir up trouble. Mary O'Donnell, Jennie's great-grandmother, left a houseful of history and memories when she died three years ago. As Jennie begins to explore the family records, she uncovers some facts that don't match up with what she's been told. What eventually comes to the surface could change their lives forever.