Past crimes and present murder….
Two mysteries – what has happened to Fiona’s missing passenger, and who shot the rebel republican terrorist, Eamon McCollum? Once again, tour manager, Fiona Mason and MI6 chief Peter Montgomery-Jones come together to find the answers and unravel how the two cases are linked.
Belfast rightly deserves its reputation as one of the top British cities for tourists. All looks set for a wonderful tour, but, people are not always who they claim to be. Fiona and her coach party quickly find themselves drawn into the undercurrent of distrust and thirst for revenge that has been simmering in Northern Ireland since the time of The Troubles. Drawn into one another’s investigations, Fiona and Peter need the other’s help to cut through the web of deceit and betrayal to find out what has been going on.
If you like cozy travel mysteries set in beautiful locations with plenty of red herrings that will keep you turning the page then join our intrepid woman sleuth on her trip to Belfast and Northern Ireland in the fifth Fiona Mason Mystery.
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‘This excellent latest instalment in the Fiona Mason series finds Fiona and her charges on a tour Northern Ireland, where they become embroiled in the aftermath of an IRA assassination. Masterfully keeps us in suspense until the very end, where the outcome is satisfyingly unexpected, while weaving in Fiona’s developing relationship with Peter Montgomery-Jones.’ Jay Allan Storey – author
‘Highly recommended. An absorbing read in the tradition of the best mystery fiction.
Another satisfying novel from Judith Cranswick. It has plenty of bodies littering the pages as the plot twists and turns its way through the complexities of Northern Irish politics overlaid with history and geography. Fiona’s determined yet subtle questioning of her charges brings out their characters as peoples’ emotions and motivations are revealed. Fiona survives again and the relationship between her and Peter reaches an interesting point. A dramatic twist at the end shows you can never trust Super Sun passengers!’
‘Fiona Mason, Travel Manager for Super Sun Tours, congratulates herself that her current crop of travellers to Northern Ireland doesn’t include the ‘difficult’ customer, that is the bane of her life. But when her most inoffensive and shy client winds up dead, she realises she had congratulated herself too soon. Was he just a victim of wrong time, wrong place? An innocent victim of a mugger? Or a not-so-innocent man who was caught up in Northern Ireland’s tortuous politics? Had he been using the ruse of his seemingly ineffectual personality as a blind for more deadly traits? Whichever, he’s still dead. And who had killed him?’
‘With an IRA prisoner murdered, she begins to suspect that her happy band of travellers is being used to conceal the true killer in their midst. And when the shooting starts and yet more people wind up dead, Fiona grapples with the Northern Irish police to get to the truth.’
‘Another great novel from Ms Cranswick. She weaves a clever tale amongst the fabulous backdrop of The Giant’s Causeway, the Antrim Coast, Stormont, and other splendours. Highly recommended.’