Apportionment of Blame by Keith Redfern

  • Paperback: 264 pages
  • Publisher: Union Bridge Books (21 April 2014)
  • Language: English



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When Joyce Hetherington loses her half-sister in a tragic and mysterious railway accident, she calls on her old school friend, Greg Mason, to investigate. Greg has recently begun his own private detective agency and, together, the two uncover secret after secret about her past and the strange set of circumstances surrounding Helen’s death, including details about the inheritance that she was set to receive from her grandmother – an inheritance that was granted instead to an unknown beneficiary. As they sink deeper and deeper into the case, Greg and Joyce begin to realise that not everything is as it seems, and certain seemingly unrelated threads in her family story – some stretching as far back as World War II – have the potential to weave a web with far greater implications than either of them could have ever imagined.