In “Nothing Happens Here,” Veronica Tracey, a resourceful former spy turned PI, uses her uncanny ability to track down the most elusive targets, taking readers on a thrilling ride.
“I have a knack for finding the unfindable. I spun my chair again. There had to be something funky going on for Reede to make that call. My mind wandered back to when I left the Service and founded my own business. It’s not entirely my business. It’s a partnership. Stephanie takes care of the accounts and keeps things running when she’s not watching the cricket, rugby, or answering the fire pager. Then there is Jennifer, who is the other full-time investigator and a volunteer firefighter like Stephanie. We do regular PI-type things that include security work for companies, drug testing, loss prevention, and investigations into suspected sabotage/foul play. As well as that, there are always the unfaithful spouse cases that keep bread on the table and coffee in our pots. And I do some occasional locating work for various government agencies.”
[Nothing happens here] is set in Upper Hutt, New Zealand – where nothing happens, or does it?
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