Synopses & Reviews
In the newest mystery in the USA Today bestselling series, Jessica Fletcher is invited to ring in the New Year with British aristocracy. Too bad someones about to end the life of the party..
Jessica Fletcher and her friend Scotland Yard detective inspector George Sutherland are invited to attend a New Years Eve Ball at Castorbrook Castle, thanks to her British publisher. Shortly after arriving in the idyllic English countryside, Jessica discovers the body of a ladys maid in the garden.
While their host, Lord Norrance, his snobbish third wife, other members of the household, and party guests squabble over the tragic death in tight-lipped, perfectly mannered, thoroughly British style, family relations are strained as old wounds are reopened and cutting remarks are freely handed out. And thats only during teatime!
As midnight beckons at the ball the next night, the earl offers a toast, complete with fireworks. But the merriment crashes to a halt when he falls ill and dies, apparently poisonedand the number of suspects with a grudge against the lord of the manor sprouts like English ivy.
Now its up to Jessica and George to find the killeror killersbefore another corpse welcomes in the New Year....
An all-new mystery book series based on the phenomenal TV series Murder, She Wrote. When Jessica comes to Manhattan for a Christmas-time book tour, she soon finds herself confronting a mystery. A strangely familiar Santa turns up dead, and a crooked cop doesn't want her help in solving the crime.
New in the USA Today bestselling seriesJessica Fletcher finds herself in a tropical paradise where aloha” means both hello and goodbye. But sometimes, the goodbye is permanent
Jessica is on the Hawaiian island of Maui, giving a lecture at Maui College on community involvement in police investigationsa subject she knows well. Her co-lecturer is legendary retired detective Mike Kane, a behemoth of a man who shares his love of Hawaiian lore, legends and culture with Jessica.
Sadly, all the talking stops when the body of a colleague is found at the rocky foot of a cliff.
Mala Kapule was a botanist and popular professor at the school, known for her activism and efforts on behalf of the volcanic crater Haleakala. The high altitude crater is already the site of an observatory, but plans to place the worlds largest solar telescope there split the locals, with Mala fiercely arguing to preserve the delicate ecology of the area. Was someone trying to muffle the protestors? Or was Malas killer making a more personal statement?
Now, its up to Jessica, along with Mike, to uncover who was driven to silence the scientist
and betray the true meaning of Aloha.
About the Author
Jessica Fletcher is a bestselling mystery writer who has a knack for stumbling upon real-life mysteries in her various travels. Donald Bain, her longtime collaborator, is the writer of more than one hundred other books, many of them bestsellers.