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Yesterday, Today and Forever-bookcover

By: Donald Readerlear

Yesterday, Today and Forever

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Summer and her younger sister Mandy are driving back to Auckland and are involved in a car accident; Mandy is found dead and Summer is paralysed.
Mathew is married with one son. He falls in love with Robbin who is an exotic dancer and escort at The Pink Pussy Cat in the red light district of Auckland. 

Parul, Sutra, Dennis and the twins Donald and Michael attend a BBQ and meet Mathew, his wife Liz Fletcher and his wheelchair-bound girlfriend Summer. 

The detectives join a Scottish country dance club to try to find out where Mathew goes at night after dancing with his wife. The twins reconnect with Tilly, Badger and Bella who are all grown up now. Parul finds she is pregnant. Mathew is found battered to death in a park by his now pregnant girlfriend Robbin. Robbin is charged with Mathew’s murder. It’s up to the detectives to prove she is innocent.

Donald Readerlear born 21/02/1947 in Carshalton, UK, left Christmas 1965 to live in New Zealand, met Dennis Galvin in July 1968 and had a civil union for 48 years. Dennis Galvin passed away in September 2016. Since then, he has written an unpublished work and his published book, The Wind That Blows, and four more to come, all are murder mysteries. He now lives with his constant companion, Stella, a black standard poodle. He works as a caregiver part time and is a teacher of Scottish country dancing. He has devised nine published dance books, has a lovely home and a tropical garden.

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