There, he is going to find a variety of family members, and relatives, some of who he'd rather not see, but unfortunately, he's going to have to.
There are, of course, others who are involved in the story, and these are some:
Merilyn Watson – fathers personal assistant
She has worked at the practice for 20 years or so, most of them working as Harry’s father’s personal assistant, some of them as his ‘mistress’. She knows more about Xavier Walthenson that his wife does.
This woman was selected by the Grandfather Walthenson and was briefly suspected by others in the practice she was his illegitimate daughter. She wasn’t, just the daughter of an old friend. She literally knows where the bodies are buried.
Ellen – Harry’s PI front desk
Ellen Jacobsen is Harry’s personal assistant, general office factotum, and was selected by Harry’s grandmother, Giselle White, and ‘placed’ with Harry without his knowledge. She is there to keep an eye on Harry and make sure he doesn’t get into any trouble.
Which didn’t quite work when he was kidnapped in his own office.
She does external research via Giselle’s office, which is at Harry’s father’s practice.
Aside from being Harry's father's golfing partner, or one of a group of four, he is the most important, as he is on the board of a charity, the same charity that both men organize golf fundraisers for.
He and Harry's mother and father all went to the same university, and it appeared that Emil and Harry's mother were an item back then, and, from what Felicity is about to discover, more than like an item now.
Florenz is a psychologist by trade, works as several hospitals and outpatient clinics, aged 50, not currently married, and likes to be seen with beautiful women.
And, he knows Mandy Prenderville.
But more sinister: his is the name Felicity got from a dying man and quite possibly someone who knows about Harry's disappearance.
Charles Heath 2020