On a trip to Australia to visit friends following the death of her beloved husband, Estelle cant escape the idea that he did t die an accidental death. It seems to her that fate had a hand in taking her husband from her, and gradually she starts to put together the pieces of what happened. With the support and advice of friends, and the strength of her own convictions, the threads which lead away from that fateful night start to pull her back to it, and a picture starts to emerge of the people involved and how they may all be interconnected. As her investigations continue and secrets emerge, it starts to become clear to Estelle that although cruel fate placed them in the wrong place at the wrong time, it could finally be starting to work in her favour.
V. R. Wilson was brought up in North Wales. After school, she read History at Aberystwyth University. Further studies in different subjects followed later at Leicester and Cardiff Universities. Her career was also varied, careers advisory work, teaching, curriculum development. The failing physical health of her parents brought her back to North Wales. Sadly, her caring role continued after their death as her husband's mobility deteriorated. Membership of various public bodies has widened her interests. Meetings continue to keep her busy so that she does not have as much time for writing, started in 2011, as she would like.