Frankenstein's Guide - A LiteraTours Cozy Mystery - Watty 2018 Winner

Frankenstein's Guide - A LiteraTours Cozy Mystery - Watty 2018 Winner

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Lina Hanson By lhansenauthor Completed

Jessica "Ike" Wordsworth is fighting the aftermath of a nasty divorce that left her husband in custody of her homesitting business - and her beloved cats.
With nothing but a turquoise construction trailer to call her home, Ike invests her last quid and becomes partner in a tour company specialising in bespoke trips for book-lovers. When the guide hired to take on the first tour drops out at the last minute, Ike has to take over and steer her guests towards the cradle of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein".
All to soon she realises there truly are monsters on the loose, one of them a ruthless killer who's targetting her tourists. 
To unearth the truth, Ike will have to cooperate with her moronic partner, Gary Sands, 13th Baron of Nettlehole and founder of LiteraTours. When they don't succeed in stopping the killer, she realises she'll have to take the plunge and draw on some rather unusual skills her family has been hiding from the world  . . .
"Frankenstein's Guide" is the first instalment in the "LiteraTours Cozy Mystery series".

anupamarc anupamarc Jan 03
I like this para. A lot. Something tells me Jessica will be a lot of fun to read.
RainerSalt RainerSalt Jan 04
Done. Struck it dead. Now, does this make me a bad person, killing an unknown monster that might even be writing literature?
Looks interesting! You've really turned me on to cozy mysteries.
shalonsims shalonsims Jan 03
Looking forward to reading this, Lina! It’s been a long time since I immersed myself in your strange and heartfelt humours!
anupamarc anupamarc Jan 03
Nearly missed this. Saw it on the newsfeed and recognised the cover :DDD Great to see another one, Lina. I thought you were at the plotting stage or has the writer taken over with the writing! Look forward to reading it.
RainerSalt RainerSalt Jan 04
It is, indeed. That alone made opening this book worthwhile for me, but I’m sure there’s more to come 😉