FALSE IMPRESSIONS By Veronica Heley

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This Abbott Agency book touches on elder abuse. Leon Holland feels he might an alibi. He asked Bea if she could remember what time he got there. His niece Dilys is staying with Bea. Her home is bursting with strays now that Maggie and Olivier are not living with her. A friend of Dilys, Orlando has moved into the apartments. Their parents expect them to married. They are not interested in marriage. Dilys plugs in Orlando’s phone into Bea’s computer infecting the Agency’s computers. In a nearby park, a couple of bodies are found. Both have been murdered One is Orlando’s father and good friend of Leon. It is a hectic time at Bea’s home as she struggles to keep the Agency open. The twists and turns the tale takes will keep you turning g the pages. I recommend this book and series.

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One Response to FALSE IMPRESSIONS By Veronica Heley

  1. bmary8222 says:

    Sounds like a good book.

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