Writing is one of those things that I have always done. I vividly remember spending most of an English exam writing a complicated adventure story as the answer to an exam question. I passed the exam, either because of, or despite the answer.
Missing money, a dead body, and a new ghostly hitchhiker.
Oliver Atkinson should be helping plan his fortieth birthday party. Instead he meets Toni, a young woman about to embark on a charity run. When her boyfriend is found murdered and she is the prime suspect, Charlie Morningside insists his long distant relative is innocent of murder. Although he’s been dead since 1921 so he is not the most reliable witness.
With the help of Amanda, the con woman who seems to enjoy turning his world upside down, Oliver has to dig deep to find who would want the victim dead.
Unfortunately all roads lead back to Toni and as evidence starts to mount up he has to decide whether to follow the trail of clues or Charlie’s gut.
At least no one is trying to kill him this time. Yet.