Threats, kidnapping, and a bullet wound aren't enough to discourage her. She won't just stand by her man, she will save him.
Early Reader Comments:
In Murder's Last Resort, Marta Chausée has crafted a clever puzzle full of colorful central Florida atmosphere and characters. Her mystery will keep you guessing until the end, and leave you satisfied with the outcome.
--Ilene Schneider, author of the Rabbi Aviva Cohen Mysteries
Chanukah Guilt and Unleavened Dead.
"...smart, funny, tough and sparkles with insight. She has created one of the best heroines of mystery to come along in decades. The unstoppable, unsinkable, unpredictable Maya French is the bastard literary child of Agatha Christie and Lt. Colombo."
Welcome to the Sapphire Silver Pines Orlando Resort where guests are checking out--permanently. The tidy world of sophisticated dinners and turn-down treats turns topsy-turvy for Maya French, the manager's wife, when other Sapphire executives turn up as dead as a polished doorknob. Maya dodges bullets--literally--and police suspicion as she hunts for the killer. The fun beaches of Florida turn deadly with this atmospheric cozy.
-Sally Carpenter, author of The Baffled Beatlemaniac Caper
About the Author:
Marta Chausée is a prize-winning Southern California author from a cross-cultural background. Her debut novel, Murder's Last Resort, was a winner in the 2012 Dark Oak Mystery contest. She enjoys killing people in her murder mysteries and also writes other fiction, non-fiction, creative non-fiction, and poetry.
She once slept in the luggage rack of a train compartment from Gibraltar to Madrid, but currently lives in a treehouse in an enchanted college town near Los Angeles, with her flying luck dragon, Falcor.