Christmas in high society – what could go wrong?
A Vinodhini Dias and Kiyama Fernando adventure
The season of love and cheer takes a sinister turn when a Christmas party ends in the sudden death of an invitee and two female friends must navigate the halls of the rich and famous to trap the killer before he strikes again.
Will Vino make peace with her estranged family?
Will Kiyama find romance during this magical season?
Set in Colombo, the commercial capital of Sri Lanka, this fast-paced and humorous story takes you on a rollercoaster ride that will leave you humming favourite seasonal tunes while you strive to solve the murder.
The search for a missing girl was just the beginning.
Carrie, an IT tech for Fairview Resort, is asked by the VP of Security to find a missing college student. She agrees to help find the girl, but she also leads a group that calls themselves the “Rescue Rangers” who aid victims of domestic violence. That search puts Carrie squarely in the crosshairs of a dangerous enemy.
Add the new attorney, Drew Martin, to the team and suddenly things get… complicated.
As her search for Gwen narrows, Carrie worries the girl may be in need of help from the Rangers, too. It turns out to be just the tip of the iceberg and puts Carrie squarely in the crosshairs of some dangerous people.
There’s been a ho-ho-homicide in Whistler Village.
When my scheming cousin, Holly, signs me up for an exclusive dating app and I match with Hollywood Heartthrob Gabriel D’Angelo, things couldn’t be better. Until I finally come face to face with him — and he’s dead.
Then Holly is arrested for the crime, but I know she’s innocent, and Gabe’s publicist needs answers, and fast before the press finds out.
Together with Logan, Gabe’s best friend, and former marine, we manage to convince him to hold off the media while we work to free Holly and clear Gabe’s name.
But as we whittle down the suspects will we find the killer, or will the killer find us first?
This is the perfect cozy mystery for fans of light, funny, fast-paced who-dunnits.