Published by Fremantle Press
I was pulled into the story from the first
few pages. The action never stops in this gritty crime novel and just
when you think Carter has thrown everything at his main character he
throws in another murder and a couple of personal tragedies for Nick
to cope with.
Published by Self Published
When someone is found dead at a wedding Daphne is officiating at she can't help but become involved in the investigation.
Daphne reminded me of Miss Marple, she has an eye for things out of place and people tend to open up to her.
This was a fun cosy mystery and I enjoyed Daphne's investigative process. The story had a couple of good twists that I didn't see coming.
If you enjoy light, fun, Miss Marple type reads, Till Daph Do Us Part will appeal.
Published by Simon & Schuster
It’s 1973 and Margaret is the lead in Madama Butterfly to open at the newly built Sydney Opera House. Sophie is her understudy. She has her eye on the top and she has a plan and is prepared to do anything to succeed!