Synopses & Reviews
“The intelligent reader’s Janet Evanovich.”—Alanna Knight
“Fizz is an absolute delight.”—Mysterious Women
An elderly German tourist is found dead in an expensive Edinburgh hotel. Accident? Most likely. But Fizz, a legal student moonlighting as a receptionist at the hotel, can’t leave it alone.
Then, when the painting the tourist bought the morning he died goes missing, Fizz pulls Tam in to help her find it—a chase that leads them from Musselborough to the island of Arran on an adventure that will test their ingenuity—and their friendship—to the very limit . . .
Joyce Holms is one of Scotland’s best-selling crime writers.
Fizz never can leave well enough alone--certainly not with a German tourist dead in his bath.
About the Author
Joyce Holms is one of Scotland's best-selling crime writers. She has worked for a detective agency in Edinburgh, managed B&B's in beautiful parts of Scotland, taught creative writing -- and has a passion for smart-mouthed, flawed heroines who can (and will) say the things Joyce can't. She is also an avid gardener and hill-walker.