The Weezles, a fabulously successful (and totally manufactured) pop group, have invited two hundred rock & roll VIPs on a cruise to the Caribbean aboard a posh ocean liner. Star reporter Rennie Stride and her friends, of course, are among the guests, who are obligated to listen to the Weezles play them new music, in hopes of improving the band's teenybopper image.
But murder has a different agenda; and before the ship reaches port in the Grand Palm Islands, it strikes, considerably dampening the spirits of those aboard. As usual, Rennie has recourse and resources that the rest do not: she jumps ship to go join her fiancé, superstar English guitarist Turk Wayland, on his family's neighboring private island, where he rules in his other identity as Richard Tarrant, twenty-first Marquess of Raxton, and where she can set herself to clear the Weezles' name.
And where the danger not only follows her but is already there...
|Publisher:||Lizard Queen Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.86(d)|
About the Author
She is the author of the acclaimed fantasy series The Keltiad, the memoir Strange Days: My Life With and Without Jim Morrison, the collection of her rock criticism and commentary Rock Chick: A Girl and Her Music-The Jazz & Pop Writings, 1968-1971; and the upcoming Son of the Northern Star: A Viking Story.
She is a Dame Templar, a Celtic priestess and a minister of the Universal Life Church. She lives in
This is her eighteenth book.