Death, drug dealers and deception…
Retired couple, Meg and Clyde Pilley, enjoy a quiet life in a their suburban Sydney home.
Or do they?
After a friend asks for help with a philandering husband, card reader Meg solicits Clyde as an amateur private eye.
While following the errant husband Clyde is devastated to discover some unpleasant truths about his brother, and he determines to rescue him.
To make matters worse, police are watching drug dealers who move next door.
Then Meg's psychic powers escalate, and she visualises a gory pool of blood. She knows someone will be killed, but can't work out who it is. Will it be someone she knows? And who is the murderer?
Before Meg and Clyde can feel safe there are many questions to be answered. They decide they need to become involved, and Meg digs deeper into the spirit world for answers.
Who is the kingpin drug lord? How is Clyde's brother involved? Who can they trust?
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About the Author
Janice grew up in the coalfields of Hunter Valley, New South Wales. She developed a passion for writing after winning an inter-school essay contest on unionism at age eleven. After graduating from high school she went on to study teaching at Newcastle Teachers’ College and taught in the district for a few years before going into business. Living in the area from the 1940’s and right through until 1992 has given her an understanding of the people and the environment.. The desire for creative writing was always there and Janice signed up for a correspondence writing course. Family commitments and work got in the way of fulfilling her goal to become an acknowledged author. However, that spark remained, and over the past ten years Janice has managed to fit many creative writing workshops into her busy life. During that period she enjoyed the privilege of being mentored by a published author for over three years. When the inaugural Redlitzer anthology was promoted by Redlands Library, Janice won a place with her short story: Always. This success, accompanied by encouragement and critiquing from two writing groups, has allowed her to follow her dream, and complete and publish her first novel: All Naked & Bare.