Spine and corners bumped.
They called her April because it was in that month she lost her memory and Adam Farquhar found her wandering along the road to Glasgow. They added Saunders to it because the young woman had to have a name and A.S. were the initials on her clothes.
April proved to be an attractive addition to the party which subsequently set off for a holiday in the Wild Goose, the caravan bought by Katherine Raeside. Her brother discovered a clue to the family treasure of Aunt Philithea and wanted to spend the trip searching for it. Each of the rest of them had a different personal quest.
This is the 5th story in the Colmskirk series. We shall be including a new article by DFB’s great niece, Vivien Hornby Northcott.