Drawing out his gun, he pushed open the door. A dark abyss glared back.
He took out his torch and flashed it around…
Callan's broad shoulders slumped, and he let out a breath between clenched teeth. Death had dipped its claws into Dachaigh again.
Ten guests, two murders, one inn. Who is responsible?
Aileen Mackinnon ditched spreadsheets and a steady salary for the adventurous shores of Loch Fuar in the Scottish Highlands. Now she's an amateur innkeeper to ten guests. But when one is murdered in his bed and an heirloom goes missing, can Aileen save the inn?
Detective Inspector Callan Cameron won't have her nosing about, but with another body he has little choice in the matter.
Tension sizzles as Aileen and Callan step into a world of murders, deceit and heists. They might not always see eye to eye, but can they agree whodunnit?
If books by Paul Austin Ardoin, Janet Evanovich and Jullian Scott keep you up all night, When Murder Comes Home is the perfect puzzling mystery for you!
What readers are saying about this book:
"Shana Frost spools a great whodunnit with fun characters in When Murder Comes Home!"
-Joshua Grant, Bestselling Author and the Diabolic Shrimp
"This makes for the perfect weekend read!"
-Mia Counts Lynch, Bookbub Reviewer
"I felt like I was part of the story. I could not put the book down."
-Eileen Townsend, Goodreads Reviewer
Best enjoyed in order:
1.When Murder Comes Home
2.When Eyes Don't Lie
3.When Birds Fall Silent
4.When Red Mist Rises
5. When Old Fires Ignite
6. When Distilled From Rage
About the Author
Are you looking to solve murders? Perfect, Shana loves plotting them.
As a debut writer, Shana Frost is in her secret den hatching murders and having a blast with Aileen and the gang. It's crazy in there...
When not in the den, Shana always has her nose buried between the pages of a fiction novel. After all, the tantalising aroma of a story is far more enticing, especially for a sensitive nose like hers.
Shana’s powerful sense of smell has helped her sniff out murder mysteries and a wide variety of characters.
Occasionally, she finds herself wandering ancient hallways of a castle, or a museum trying to smell the tales these walls effuse.
The traveller Ibn Battuta wasn’t wrong when he wrote, “Travelling- It leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller”