Wave and Die by Stella Whitelaw
(Jordan Lacey Mysteries)

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Classy and zany private investigator Jordan Lacey finds herself framed by her own investigations in this new sleepy seaside story of stolen waterlilies, vandalism, arson and another errant husband.

About Stella Whitelaw

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Whitelaw began her writing career as a cub reporter on a newspaper and becme the youngest female chief reporter in London. She has had over thirty novels published, as well as approximately 230 short stories.
Published December 1, 2001 by Severn House Publishers. 224 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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James, on the other hand, is all police business, especially after a fire at Fenwick Future Homes reveals in the vault the corpse of Adrian Fenwick, Hilary’s errant husband, and Lacey’s bicycle is spotted outside the scene of the crime with a can of petrol dangling from the handlebars.

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