Présentation de l'éditeur
Pack your designer luggage, we're heading to Europe for the fifth, fast-paced adventure in the popular Ghostwriter Mystery Series, WORDS CAN KILL!
This time we're on a missing person's case, and it ain't no holiday. Hunky photographer Max Farrell has vanished into thin air, last seen in the arms of a blonde floozy at a Swiss mountain resort, and his best mate, Roxy Parker, is feigning nonchalance. But when Max's flatmate shows up murdered, followed soon after by the floozy, Roxy realises Max’s life is hanging in the balance, and she is his only hope.
Where is Max? Who killed his Berlin flatmate? And what the hell was he doing with that blonde floozy in the first place?!
In the latest Ghostwriter Mystery (each one a stand-alone story in itself), Roxy heads to Europe with Max's self-absorbed sister, Caroline. Together, they follow a series of tantalising clues that take them from the heights of Mt Pilatus to the azure Mediterranean Sea encountering brash German police, secretive Swiss soldiers, and an Italian Lothario with evil in his heart.
Move over Sue Grafton, C.A. Larmer's latest mystery proves yet again why she is one of the most exciting cozy mystery authors writing for contemporary women today.
WARNING: Contains some adult language and Australian slang.
Biographie de l'auteur
Christina Larmer was born and bred in tropical Papua New Guinea, educated in Australia and has lived and worked around the world including New York, Los Angeles and London. An editor by trade, she now freelances and writes fiction from her home in the hinterland behind Byron Bay, on the east coast of Australia, which she shares with her musician husband, two boys, an enormous goanna, passing koalas and countless snakes. Also writing as C.A. Larmer, Christina has published six books in the Roxy Parker Ghostwriter Mystery series, including: Killer Twist, A Plot to Die For, Last Writes, Dying Words and A Note Before Dying. She has self-published a separate cozy crime mystery called The Agatha Christie Book Club and an adult novel called An Island Lost. In 2008, Christina also wrote a non-fiction book about pioneering surveyors in PNG called A Measure of Papua New Guinea, which was published by Focus. To find out more about Christina Larmer, her life and work, log onto her new blog: calarmerspits.blogspot.com.au/. You can read her older blog posts at calarmerspits.blogspot.com.au, enjoy some of her short fiction at freequickreads.blogspot.com, or email her directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org