After discovering a journal she received from a missing woman’s mother contains evidence of financial fraud, Linda Reeves, investigative reporter, gives the journal to her best friend and forensic accountant, Cynthia Webber.
As Cynthia reads the journal, she discovers a unique connection to the missing woman and becomes obsessed with finding her before it’s too late.
Michelle Cornish is an experienced accountant with a passion for writing who enjoys spending time with her family in the sunny Okanagan. She writes about money and accountants because why should the lawyers get to have all the fun?!
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Thirteen years later, I still have these questions. In this scene I am Cynthia, still wondering what happened to the person who flew off the roof of my apartment building. Over the years, I've created many tragic versions of the story. Auditing Jane Doe is one.
Auditing Jane Doe
Cynthia fought the urge to go downstairs and see what was going on. The sound of the body hitting Ben’s balcony was still ringing in her ears. It was all she could focus on. Did they jump? Were they pushed? These were the questions running through her mind. Cynthia didn’t even realize there was a way to get to the roof of Ben’s forty-floor building. Ben seemed to be taking forever to come back.