A dramatic story of a talented young designer who was forced to flee her home to protect her family and friends from criminal elements, who killed her husband and were intending to do the same to her.
She hid in the town’s central park and had to beg for money on the steps of the Town Hall to survive.
She was continually confronted by a wealthy businessman who had involvement with the underworld and who had no time for beggars. He considered them trash and should be removed from the city streets. He often abused and physically attacked her as she sat begging on the steps of the Town Hall.
She was helped back into the fashion industry by a businessman who got to know her story and who acquired a recognised fashion house which had previously gone into liquidation.
Tragedy struck when the designer died before a major exhibition which the underworld intended to win.
The principal running the fashion house for the underworld lost a number of fashion shows and a substantial amount of money during the GFC and to prevent being killed, took up occupancy in central park and was forced to beg on the streets to survive in the same way as did the girl whom he took exception to.
The mystery intensifies as divine retribution is inflicted on the perpetrator.
Throughout the novel, a number of controversial religious doctrines are raised and are intermingled with the storyline.