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 four books in the Roxy Parker Ghostwriter Mystery series, including: Killer Twist, A Plot to Die For, Last Writes and Dying Words. 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 online at www.christinalarmer.com. You can read her blog at christina-larmerspits.blogspot.com.au, or enjoy some of her short fiction at freequickreads.blogspot.com.
"There's a bullet in my head and it's really messing with my hairstyle…"
Thus begins the second in the new Posthumous Mystery series by best-selling author C.A. Larmer (The Agatha Christie Book Club; the Ghostwriter Mystery series). This time the victim is 27-year-old party girl Maisie who really shouldn't be dead. There's a pool party going on and she's missing all the fun. As she hovers overhead watching her loved ones splash about, Maisie begins to wonder: who hated her just enough to slaughter her in the middle of her own soiree then return to the pool as if nothing has happened? And does it have anything to do with a mysterious loveletter and missing wad of cash?
Can you help Maisie uncover a killer before the creepy dead people lurking near the tunnel convince her to cross?
The follow-up to the Amazon best-selling posthumous mystery Do Not Go Gentle, this is a stand-alone mystery (no need to read the first in the series) and contains some adult language and Australian colloquialisms.