False Fire by Veronica Heley. Published by Severn House

Most people won’t admit to being superstitious, even if they are. That’s why Bea Arthur keeps her mouth shut when she’s invited to a party for two young girls only to discover that there are 13 guests seated around the table. Disaster strikes when a  drape goes up in flames, injuring two of the guests, Bea and a fellow party goer go on a hunt for the birthday girls, who are now, strangely missing. Was the fire an attempt to hurt or kill the girls, or was it something more sinister. As Bea learns more about Alicia and Bernice, she realizes that money and presents are no substitute for love and guidance. Readers may figure out what happened, but this is a cautionary tale to every overly indulgent parent out there

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