Prepare to launch! Maisie Frobisher is All At Sea…

Here comes Maisie! And typically, the paperback arrived fashionably late to dinner yesterday evening…


All At Sea is the first in a new series, the Maisie Frobisher Mysteries, which I’d describe as adventure mystery. Maisie Frobisher popped up originally in the Caster & Fleet books, but you don’t have to have read those first. Early reviews (on Goodreads) are good – you can check them out below – and I got an extra present as Maisie is a Hot New Release in historical mystery on Amazon Australia this morning!

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All At Sea is currently available at a special reduced launch price of £1.99/$2.99/€2.99, and is also available via Kindle Unlimited, and of course in paperback.

Here’s the blurb:

They say that travel broadens the mind… 


When socialite Maisie Frobisher heads off on a cruise to India in search of adventure, little does she know what form it will take.

First some jewellery, then an important document goes missing from an ambassador’s cabin. If that document gets into the wrong hands there will be trouble. And it’s definitely in the wrong hands…

Maisie already has her suspicions of a fellow-guest at the captain’s table. However, when he turns out to be a police inspector travelling incognito and takes over the investigation, Maisie’s nose is put firmly out of joint. Then a crime of an entirely different kind rears its head, and Maisie finds that the past she is trying to escape from just won’t let her go…

With less than two weeks until the ship reaches port, can Maisie put aside her prejudices and learn to work with Inspector Hamilton? Can they trust each other? And most importantly, can they find that document before it causes an international incident?

All At Sea is the first book in the Maisie Frobisher Mysteries series, set in the mid-1890s.

Check out All At Sea on Amazon

Read the first chapters of the book for free

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