Loch Lonach Mystery Series #4
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When the wicked witch of the competitive Highland Dance world is found down on the Scottish Games athletic field, her skull crushed by a caber, it seems clear that someone wanted her very dead.
ICU nurse Ginny Forbes is not inclined to divert time from the preparations for her wedding to investigate yet another suspicious death. But when the police decide her Maid of Honor is the prime suspect, Ginny vows to do whatever is necessary to clear her friend’s name, including a flying trip to New Orleans to collect evidence.
Caught in the act, Ginny is captured, hauled off to an alligator farm, and incorporated into an ancient and thoroughly illegal voodoo ceremony. With no way to call for help and no one who knows where she is, it’s a race against time with Ginny’s wedding—and her life—hanging in the balance.
A riveting mystery amply supplied with red herrings and spiced with surprises. If you like Agatha Christie, Dorothy Sayers, and Ellis Peters, you’ll feel right at home in this highly entertaining fourth book by Maggie Foster.
Read what people are saying about Final Fling:
FIVE STAR REVIEW – Foster breathes new life into the cozy genre with a suspenseful and clever murder mystery that keeps you guessing until the end. Unlike any cozy mystery you’ve read, Maggie Foster has created a world that will make you want to join the town of Loch Lonach and be part of the community. Final Fling is a must-read and a must-have for every mystery reader as it possesses true originality and an upbeat spirit with Scottish charm. Readers’ Favorite, Liz Konkel
MAGGIE FOSTER – award-winning author of the Loch Lonach Mystery Series – is a seventh-generation Texan of Scottish descent. In addition to being steeped in Scottish traditions and culture, she has a lifetime of experience in healthcare as a nurse, an attorney, and an educator. Her numerous interests include genealogy, history, travel, music, dancing, computers, writing, red hair, dark chocolate, good scotch, and men in kilts, not necessarily in that order.
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