Live today: Caster & Fleet book 5 – The Case of the Fateful Legacy

I’ve watched the preorders drop into my Amazon sales graph, I’ve downloaded and checked the book sample aaaaaaand…

Caster & Fleet book 5 is here!

This one was a little bit of a departure for Paula Harmon and I, since Paula fancied writing a country-house mystery. However, our betas all approved of the result, and here it is!

Legacy flat final

The Case of the Fateful Legacy is available in ebook (£3.99/$3.99/€3.99) and free to read for Kindle Unlimited subscribers. And I have managed to get the paperback done for launch too!

Oh yes, and having checked the rankings this morning, our book is a Hot New Release in – wait for it – the Amazon Heist Crime charts! Want to know why? You’ll have to read it!

Here’s the blurb:

Not every gift is a blessing… 

When Miss Quinton, the Kings’ elderly neighbour at Hazelgrove, dies, no-one is surprised. Katherine and Connie are too busy trying to find a client’s missing family, not to mention having difficulties with their own.

But when the doctor orders a post-mortem, and Miss Quinton’s will delivers several surprises, the duo have no choice but to get involved. It becomes even more urgent when Evangeline King, the chief beneficiary of Miss Quinton’s will, receives a poison-pen letter. And then there is a death even closer to home…

Their personal lives make work harder than ever. While Connie investigates in London her family’s demands increase, and the fuss over Katherine’s first pregnancy creates unexpected obstacles.

Can Katherine and Connie uncover the secrets behind the will and discover what really happened?

The Case of the Fateful Legacy is the fifth book in the Caster & Fleet mystery series, set in 1890s London.


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