MURDER MY NEIGHBOUR
Ellie is asked to look into the disappearance of a neighbour, who had arranged to go into a retirement home – but never arrived there. A walk around the block shows that Mrs Pryce's vegetable garden is still being cultivated, and someone has spotted a face at an attic window. So who knows more about Mrs Pryce's disappearance than they are prepared to say? Ellie has to deal with the greed and silliness of Mrs Pryce's relations – as well as with her own rapacious daughter, Diana.
About the Author:
Veronica Heley celebrated the publication of her 67th book this summer, having been in the business for over 30 years. Apart from the two gentle crime series she's currently writing, and some short stories, she's also produced a straightforward biography of St Paul, some historical fiction, many articles and reviews, masses of children's and resource books, and learned how to write story-boards for cartoons.
She's married to a retired probation office, and they have a married musician daughter. She's involved with her local church and community affairs, likes to break off work for coffee with friends and does the garden when she has time.