An Amazon international best-seller. A thoroughly modern take on a classic mystery genre.
The Agatha Christie Book Club is back, this time on a nostalgic cruise aboard the SS Orient, a replica steamship which has eerie echoes of a certain train journey—a threatening note, a dead body in a cabin, and a passenger missing overboard. With no CCTV, a shipful of shifty passengers, and more red herrings than a seafood platter, the book club friends must do a Poirot and find the right solution before journey's end. The ship berths in 24 hours and a murderer may walk the plank.
With a dash of romance, a splash of adventure and plenty of laughs, this is one journey you really don't want to miss by the acclaimed international mystery author C.A. Larmer.
This book follows British English spelling and usage, and contains some Australian slang.
Clean read: no graphic violence, sex, or strong language.
Genre: humorous, cozy mystery series, amateur sleuths, international mystery
NB: This ebook and all books and other materials associated with it have not been endorsed, licensed or authorised by the estate of Agatha Christie or by Agatha Christie Limited.
About the Author
Christina (C.A.) Larmer tried writing a romance at the age of 13 but pretty soon she'd slaughtered the hero and planted it on the heroine. It was the beginning of a beautiful love affair that has now resulted in three crime series, including the Amazon best-selling Agatha Christie Book Club, the Ghostwriter mysteries, the Posthumous Mystery series, a domestic suspense novel, and a stand-alone mystery masquerading as a family saga (she's fooling nobody).
Born and bred in Papua New Guinea, Christina has lived and worked around the world from New York and Los Angeles to London and Sydney. A journalist, editor, teacher and mentor, she now runs an indie publishing business from the Byron Bay hinterland, on the east coast of Australia, where she lives with her musician husband, two sons, a devilish 'Bluey' and countless koalas and snakes, none of which come close to the villains in her books. Well, maybe just the Bluey...
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