Stella Whitelaw began her writing career as a cub reporter and rose to become the first female chief reporter in London. She writes short stories for national women’s magazines and has won many competitions, including the Art of Writing, judged by Sheridan Morley, for the London Magazine. Her previous novel Portrait of a Murder was also published by Robert Hale.
Money Never Sleeps by Stella Whitelaw
Fancy Jones, bestselling crime writer, discovers that someone is trying to kill her.
When she is invited to lecture at a writers’ conference in the Derbyshire Dales, she leaps at the chance to leave London and hopefully escape the threat of her assassin. Events turn sour when a body is found floating in a lake at the conference venue, and bizarre things start happening to Fancy. Suspicion falls on the other delegates but has her stalker followed her? During a horrifying kidnap, Fancy faces dying alone in a disused lead mine, unless the truth can be discovered in time…