Who would miss a Crystal Kiss? It’s launch day for Caster & Fleet book 6!

It’s finally here! The Case of the Crystal Kisses, Caster & Fleet book 6, went live this morning!

We even managed to get the paperback done early this time, so you can buy the book in paperback or ebook, or read it via Kindle Unlimited.

Check out the book here

You can get an idea of the book from the blurb below, and I’ve included a link to the free book preview at the bottom of the post, but as the image above says: prepare for shenanigans!

Crystal Snogs flat final

Here’s the blurb:

Who would miss a Crystal Kiss? 

When Katherine and Connie receive a note from Mr Maynard at the Department, his request seems easy. After all, how hard can it be to investigate confectionery? But Crystal Kisses are everywhere, and frighteningly addictive.

How have the sweets become so popular? And why are so many being given away? Connie and Katherine travel across London, where they see the power of the sweets for themselves, and before too long find themselves back in the music hall, where they make some disturbing connections…

The duo’s investigations indicate everything is above board — almost too reputable — and all their enquiries result in dead ends. But someone knows they’re on the case, and will stop at nothing to make them abandon it. An easy case becomes a nightmare of disapproval, stress, and shame — yet the duo feel they must fight on.

Will Katherine and Connie dare to risk their reputations, and even their happiness, to find out what lies behind the Crystal Kisses?

The Case of the Crystal Kisses is the sixth book in the Caster & Fleet mystery series, set in 1890s London.

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