Forced into bankruptcy by her ex-husband, businesswoman Jayne McMurray now cleans houses for a living. When a robbery occurs during one of her shifts, Jayne becomes the prime suspect. In the fallout from the police investigation, she gets evicted from her rental property and fired from her agency. Enough is enough. Destitute and desperate, Jayne wants to track down the real culprits and wrest a cut of the money. But can she risk it with insurance investigator Ted Shepherd on the case?
Praise for Deborah Sheldon:
‘Deborah Sheldon is a keen observer of the everyday. She writes courageous stories of real people, like the ones we know and the ones we don’t want to know, dealing with familiar issues other writers avoid.’
- Tiggy Johnson, previous editor of Page Seventeen magazine
‘Deborah Sheldon writes the kind of short fiction people love to read, work that is exciting and concise. She’s sharp, quick and always effortlessly clever with her words and plots.’
- Scott-Patrick Mitchell, poet, editor of Cottonmouth magazine