Bea Abbot runjs a domestric agency which does not 'do' murder. But the disappearance of Tomi, star of an award-winning short film, is a different matter, especially when Bea is bribed to investigate with a bouquet of flowers. Bea discovers that Tomi's circle contains a secret so deadly that they are dying one by one, even though none of them will take – not even to Bea. And if they do talk, won't that put her at risk as well?
Veronica Heley enjoys giving talks and workshops about writing, and served time on the committee of the Association of Christian Writers. She attends Pitshanger Methodist Church, runs their bookstall and is a member of their prayer group. She's been married to a probation officer for forty something years, and they have one married, musician daughter.
For fun she reads anything and everything. She's been a member of a book reading club for forty years. She enjoys meeting friends for coffee, gardening, playing patience with real cards, and thinking about stories she hasn’t yet had time to write.