Digging Up the Dead

Digging Up the Dead
Series: Tosca Trevant Mysteries, Book 2
ASIN: 0986178055
ISBN: 9780986178054
Banished Brit ex-pat ​Tosca Trevant plunges into solving another murder mystery on her new island home in California, all the while conspiring to earn her way back to her beloved Cornwall and her job in London. Literary legend Raymond Chandler, and a collector of rare medieval musical instruments, plus a missing manuscript set Tosca eagerly on her mission. Her sidekick, retired US Secret Service Agent Thatch MacAuley takes her digging in a mineral mine, and an exotic Thai dancer muddles up the mix until the murders are solved.
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Digging Up the Dead

Murders, a mysterious gemstone, and lost manuscripts offer banished Brit journalist Tosca Trevant a chance to earn her way back to her beloved Cornwall and her job in London. The strange happenings at her California island home include a woman dropping dead practically at Tosca’s feet, a famous author’s works showing up under suspicious circumstances, and a creepy collector of rare musical instruments. Even swimming in the Pacific Ocean and digging for minerals can be fatal, she finds. Helped by retired Secret Service Agent Thatch MacAuley and a few well-placed Cornish cuss-words, Tosca digs deep to track down the killer in a suspenseful plot that twists and turns.

Anne Perry, best-selling author of Corridors of the Night: “Really fun, interesting and vivid people solving mysteries… a spot of Cornish swearing. I found myself turning page after page. Treat yourself and enjoy!”

Anne Cleeland, best-selling author of the Doyle & Acton mystery series: “The undauntable Tosca stumbles across another high-society murder with a long-lost literary manuscript at the center. Clever and fun, an engaging read.”

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