A man's head was found in the water at Egmontshof in Oud-Beijerland. It turned out to be Hendrik van Wely's, a skating idol. Everybody was puzzled. The history of Hendrik turned out to be about roses. His father, Janus, committed a macabre suicide and it had a criminal impact on one of his younger twin brothers, Peter. He stole a large sum of money from Hendrik, killed his twin, William, and flew to Algeria. To what extent does Peter's deranged act relates to the murder of Hendrik?
Jan Groenendijk (1926, Rotterdam) graduated from the Wageningen Agricultural University in 1951. Until 1958, he was head of replanting at US Rubber Plantations in Sumatra. In 1959, he was assigned to the Ministry of Agriculture as an inspector Garden Architectural Research Institute and Director of Horticulture Technology. From 1974 to 1991, he worked as Agricultural Council at various embassies. Professionally, he visited many countries.