In her fifth and most heartwrenching mystery yet, Ghostwriter Roxy Parker is hot on the trail of her estranged boyfriend Max. He's disappeared from a Swiss alpine resort and his flatmate has shown up murdered in Berlin, bludgeoned by his 1920's Gibson guitar. The German police suspect Max of murder but Roxy knows better. He’s just sent her a cryptic text message, which proves his life is on the line!
At the behest of his family, Roxy packs her bags and heads to the Continent, Max’s self-absorbed sister Caroline by her side. Together, they must follow a series of tantalising clues that take them from the heights of Mt Pilatus to the craggy shoreline of the Italian Riviera where the perky blonde has just shown up dead, floating in the azure Mediterranean Sea. But where is Max? Why is everyone around him being killed? And can Roxy solve the mystery of his disappearance before he vanishes for good?
In the latest Ghostwriter Mystery, author C.A. Larmer proves yet again why she’s one of Australia’s most popular and well-read crime writers. Fasten your seatbelts and come along for the ride!
A Word of Caution About the Language
This story is partly set in Australia so you may come across some unusual colloquialisms and cursing. Both are an everyday part of our vernacular but I apologise for any confusion or offence; it is not intended.
About the Author
Author of the popular Ghostwriter Mystery series, Christina (C.A.) Larmer is also a journalist, editor, partner and mum. She grew up in the tropics, forged her career in London, Los Angeles and New York, and now lives in Northern NSW, Australia. Christina is passionate about crime fiction and has written nine murder mysteries. When she’s not creating chaos with her keyboard she can be found immersed in a classic Agatha Christie or the latest Lisa Gardner. Her books include: The Agatha Christie Book Club, Murder on the Orient (SS), An Island Lost, the six Ghostwriter Mysteries (Killer Twist, A Plot to Die For, Last Writes, Dying Words, Words Can Kill and A Note Before Dying), and the non-fiction book A Measure of Papua New Guinea (Focus; 2008).
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
C.A. Larmer is a gem! I have read every Roxy story and they only keep getting better. I can't wait for the next story in this series. I only wish she would write a sequel to the The Agatha Christie Book Club. This is a great story, not predictable, fun and flirty. You will want to keep the pages turning in this who-dunnit from beginning to end.