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Published by Four Tails Publishing, 29 June 2020. ISBN:
Sadly, due to
current coronavirus, we are all aware, that we cannot, easily, jet off to sunny
climates like the Caribbean, for a relaxing and sun-filled holiday. Next best
thing that I can strongly recommend is buying this book and immersing yourself
in the story, which is set on the beautiful, scenic, and historic, island of
Morgan, a professor of criminal psychology, and part time sleuth has just
turned fifty. Her husband, secret under-cover policeman Bud Anderson has taken
her and four other friends to a beautiful estate on the island for four weeks
of celebration. Shortly after they arrive the owner of this luxury estate is
discovered dead and locked inside an inaccessible tower. The only possible
outcome is suicide. Cait doesn’t agree.
she finds out that her husband and his friend were sent to the island on a work
mission. There is missing treasure here, that has been associated with the
legendary Captain Henry. Are there others looking for it? Is this anything to
do with the death?
is now determined to get to the bottom of what she believes may well be murder,
and the mystery of the missing treasure. But more is to be uncovered.
is the ninth in the Cait Morgan series. This one is full of well-drawn,
colourful characters who leap off the page, and her description is so clear one
can almost smell the Jamaican buffets and taste the ice-cold beer. You would
certainly want to. If you are a fan of cosy crime, then this is definitely for
you. Don’t miss it. And look out for the next.
was born and raised in Swansea, South Wales. With a successful career in
marketing having given her the chance to write training courses and textbooks,
Cathy has now finally turned her attention to her real passion: crime fiction.
Her short stories have appeared in multiple anthologies. Two of her works, Dear
George and Domestic Violence, have also been produced by Jarvis & Ayres
Productions as ‘Afternoon Reading’ broadcasts for BBC Radio 4. Cathy now writes
two series of traditional mysteries: The Cait Morgan Mysteries (TouchWood
Editions) and The WISE Enquiries Agency Mysteries (Severn House Publishers)
is the author of six police procedural crime novels. She is also an actress.
She holds a Masters degree in critical writing and journalism, and writes
a regular column, including book reviews, for three magazines. She
also presents the book-club spot on BBC Radio Kent. She is an
avid reader and welcomes the chance to read new writers.