Death Comes to the Costa del Sol
by M.H. Eccleston
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Pub Date 02 Mar 2023 | Archive Date 02 Mar 2023
Aria & Aries, Head of Zeus -- an Aries Book
Amateur sleuth Astrid Swift swaps the sporting summer in England for a British expat enclave in Spain, where everyone has a secret reason for leaving the UK.
The sunniest days, the deadliest nights.
Amidst the sun and sangria, something sinister is lurking on the Spanish coast. Usually a sleepy seaside enclave, Estopena has instead found itself rattled by a poison-pen campaign that is teasing out its residents' secrets on social media.
Astrid Swift sailed to the sunny beaches with the intention of reconnecting with her estranged father. Instead of an emotional reunion, though, she's been tasked with catching who's been threatening his new wife. Soon Astrid is entwined in the lives of these expats, from the boozy local heckler to the socially awkward beachcomber.
But can she find the internet troll before it's too late for the town? Or will each revealed secret tear this cosy community – including Astrid and her father – even further apart?
Praise for the Astrid Swift mysteries:
'Feelgood fun.' The Times
'I romped through The Trust... A cosy debut set in a house brimming with secrets... An enchanting murder mystery.' Janice Hallett, author of The Appeal
'Macabre murders, quirky characters and delightful settings combine in a way that would make Midsomer proud.' Crime Fiction Lover
'A feisty heroine, an ingenious plot and a cast of quirky characters... A cozy crime to savour.' Merryn Allingham, author of The Bookshop Murder
'Intelligent and gently humorous, with a suitably eccentric cast of characters.' M.S. Morris, author of the Bridget Hart books
Average rating from 50 members
If you want to remember summer in Spain then read this as it gives you a bit of everything to escape the winter. The vibrant cover will make you take a look and once you start it keeps you reading. characters that work well and sunshine, what more could you want.