Miss Vee is a 60-year-old Trans woman with spunk, sass, and way too much curiosity for her own good. Her mouth tends to speak before her brain engages.
Does this embarrass her occasionally? Yeah.
Does this put her in danger? Oh heck, yeah!
As she tries to navigate her favorite aunt's death, she finds her lawyer dead when she shows up for an appointment. Turns out that he's is not who he seemed, and a lot of people wanted him dead. The police focus on Vee; they say it's because she's the major heir, but Vee thinks it's because she's different. In small-town Canada, different means dangerous and they're determined to put her away before she kills again. Only, she didn't do it.
And if she can't find the killer, she'll be locked away for good!
About the Author
If you enjoyed this story, please check out other stories by Laurie Stewart.
Shifting Shards- Eighth Ripple Press; On This Day We Maen be Seen, an urban fantasy novella
30 at 30- Ottawa Independent Writers 30th Anniversary anthology; The Soul Eggs, a fairy-tale horror short
Steamy Cogs- Eighth Ripple Press, La Contessa; a Steampunk romantic mystery
Soon to be released:
A Ring of Earth, a Terreagles Novel
Nets to Catch the Wind, a Terreagles Novel
A Scream in the Night, a Bean Sidhe novel
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