FALSE PRETENSES By Veronica Heley

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In the fourth book of the Abbott Agency, it alludes to racial antagonism. Zander is back and asks Bea to accomplice him to return the belongings of a co-worker. Zander found a co-worker, Denzil had embezzled a fortune from the Trust were they both worked. His wife, Lady Honoria attempts to intimidate Zander. The story continues With the problem at the Trust, no one wished to involve the police. The publicity would damage the trust and Lady Honoria does want it either. There are several accidental deaths along the way. With Maggie’s and Oliver’s assistant, Bea is able to straighten the matter out. I high!y recommend this book and series.

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One Response to FALSE PRETENSES By Veronica Heley

  1. bmary8222 says:

    Thanks for sharing your review with us.

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