In "Sanctuary Stones," solving the 40 year old mystery of a young girl's death, supposedly by a botched abortion, isn't what May Scott had in mind when she rented the English cottage on-line. Her idea was to have a vacation in a peaceful, beautiful and safe place where crime and criminals wouldn't be something she would have to deal with. As a soon to be retired detective with the Las Vegas Metro Police, all she wants is time alone where she can begin to put the painful memories of the recent murder of her best friend and mentor behind her. May is intrigued by the countryside and the village where she is staying, which is in the vortex of Stonehenge, Avebury, and Glastonbury. The "old ways" of the goddess are alive and well May discovers, as she hears varying accounts of how the teenager died. That explains why, the villagers assure her, the flaxen haired and blue-eyed face that May has seen in the bathroom mirror of the rented cottage has made the area a ghost hunter favorite. As a series of unexplained deaths begins, each related in some way to the young girl who died in the mid-60's, May and the local detective constable work together to unravel the tangled web that 40 years of legend and lies has created.