False Alarm

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Severn House, 2013 - Fiction - 220 pages
10 Reviews
Bea finds herself obligated to help a businessman whose life is in danger . . . and is sucked into a community packed with scandal, intrigue and corruption. Bea Abbot is asked to find the man or woman who laid a booby trap for Sir Lucas Ossett, the powerful head of an international company, in his own block of flats.She finds Sir Lucas's wife in a state of fear, while gossiping elderly ladies cast doubt on the probity of their eclectic neighbours. Soon it's clear that Sir Lucas's influence reaches out to touch and perhaps corrupt even those nearest to Bea, while trivial incidents escalate into violence – and death.

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Review: False Alarm (Abbott Agency #7)

User Review  - Val - Goodreads

A new-to-me-cozy series set in England. I don't know how I missed this author, but I'll definitely be looking up her other books. This series stars Bea Abbot and her Abbot Agency. I think I've missed ... Read full review

Review: False Alarm (Abbott Agency #7)

User Review  - Goodreads

A new-to-me-cozy series set in England. I don't know how I missed this author, but I'll definitely be looking up her other books. This series stars Bea Abbot and her Abbot Agency. I think I've missed ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

Veronica Heley is actively involved in her local church and community affairs. She lives in Ealing, West London. Veronica is the creator of the ever-popular Ellie Quicke mysteries, as well as the Abbot Agency series. For more information, or to sign up for the author's monthly newsletter, please go to: www.veronicaheley.com

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