It is enough to drive a person to murder.
After her colleague is accidentally, but conveniently killed, LaVonda is left in a bit of a state. The appropriate thing to do would be to confess and accept her punishment. And she will. But maybe she could put right a few wrongs first? Not everything is as straight-forward as LaVonda would like though and bumping people off is proving to be rather tricky.
Does she have what it takes?
Will her newfound interest put herself, and her family, in danger?
"I've become invisible, Ann. People keep bumping into me as though they can't see me."
"It's our age. We're not relevant to society anymore so we're overlooked ......... we're sliding into middle-aged obscurity."
"It makes me furious ....... Any minor irritation flares straight into rage these days."
The frustrations of middle age provided Kirsten with the authorial fuel for writing her second book, but of course, unlike LaVonda, she would never actually murder anyone.
Kirsten lives in rural NSW with her husband and several bossy kangaroos. She is currently working on her third novel; a sequel called What LaVonda Robinette Did Next.