Come aboard! All At Sea is 99c/99p today!

I was astonished to see that I haven’t promoted my Victorian adventure mystery All At Sea for a while – how remiss of me! With that in mind, and also because I’m planning to write a new Maisie Frobisher book this year – newsflash! – I decided to do a discount run.

So from today (24 January), up to and including Sunday 30 January, the ebook of All At Sea will be available for the bargain price of 99c/99p (US/UK only, unfortunately, because of the way Kindle Countdown Deals work). It’s also available in Kindle Unlimited, so if you’re a subscriber to KU, you can read it there.

Here’s the blurb:

They say that travel broadens the mind… 

When socialite Maisie Frobisher embarks 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.

If you do pick up a copy (or read it in KU), I hope you enjoy it!

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