In the city of Accra, the Voyager Hotel is widely known as a well-run lodging perfectly suited to cash-strapped tourists. But one early March morning, hotel guest Heather Peterson, a beautiful, young Oregonian teacher, is found dead at the bottom of the pool. The police authorities deem it an accidental drowning, but that raises doubts. Heather was a strong swimmer. How could she have drowned, and why was she naked? Paula Djan, principal of the school at which Heather was a volunteer, suspects foul play and begins to dig around. As she discovers an increasing number of suspects, she encounters hostility from the police investigators, who take a dim view of her snooping. But much more than stepping on a few toes, she may be headed down a dangerous path where the killer lies in wait with every intention to make Paula the second death at the Voyager Hotel.
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Death At The Voyager Hotel based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Well written mystery, characters with depth, interesting culture. Enjoyed reading this, will read more by this author.
It was a fairly interesting mystery, but I felt it was bogged down by unnecessary exposition that did nothing to contribute to the plot or the characters. It also did a little too much "telling" (summary) and not enough "showing" (conveying through action, thoughts, and emotion). But it was a fairly decent book. (Sadly, I couldn't access the links within it...)