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The Unveiled Lady (a Vigilauntie Justice short) ebook

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This story is exclusive to my website – it’s not available from other retailers.

What’s a bit of blackmail between friends?

In a quaint café in the heart of London, two older women sit in awkward silence. Sensitive Baz nurses her tea, while driven Peggy tosses back endless espressos.

The silence is shattered when Peggy’s estranged sister crashes into their sanctuary, bringing word of an ominous threat. 

Bound by an unwavering sense of justice, Baz and Peggy find themselves drawn into a game of secrets and lies. For the two friends, this isn’t just about helping Peggy’s sister; it’s about an affront to common decency. When they uncover the truth, the justice they serve up won’t be bound by the law.


The Unveiled Lady is a short story in the Vigilauntie Justice series – cosy(ish) noir(ish) stories set in London. The stories do sometimes have on-page violence but it's never graphic. There's minimal swearing and no romance or sex – but there's heaps of queer content and found family.

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Files will be delivered by BookFunnel. You will receive an audiobook you can listen to in either the BookFunnel app or in your browser. Alternatively, you can download the MP3s to listen to them in the app of your choosing.


Files will be delivered by BookFunnel. You will receive your choice of epub (suitable for most ereaders or devices), mobi (for Kindle), or PDF files (for reading in your browser).


Your book will be delivered direct from the printer, Bookvault. Shipping is free for customers in the UK and the US only. If your country doesn't come up as an option, please get in touch with me (info @ and I'll see what I can sort out.

Customer Reviews


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1 month ago

Fun short story

I was surprised that the blurb said this one only featured Peggy and Baz. I thought it odd that those two were left alone, but the explanation makes sense.

The characters work well together in the story, and it was good to see a little more of Peggy's family and background. Overall, it's a fun short story that fits with the canon.