Can it really be called murder when there's no dead body?
Rosemary Lillywhite is over the moon about her budding romance with handsome detective inspector Max Whittington, and she can hardly wait for their first official date!
When she's invited to an art exhibition opening, Rosemary thinks a night out on the town in London will be just the ticket.
What she doesn't expect is to run into one of Max's old flames, or to get caught up in another murder investigation.
Then, the gallery owner disappears, and Aurora Kingsley calls on Max to solve the case and find her missing lover. With no choice but to investigate, Max agrees, this time bringing Rosemary along for the ride.
The only trouble is, it doesn't seem like there's been a crime committed at all, and Rosemary begins to wonder if Aurora isn't just out to rekindle her romance with Max!
Rosemary is determined to close the case and eliminate the threat to her love life, but will she be able to do it before sparks fly?
Book five in The Mrs. Lillywhite Investigates series.
Are you ready to escape to the roaring twenties? For fans of Beth Byers, Leighann Dobbs, Lee Strauss, and cozy historical murder mysteries.
A light, cozy mystery with no swearing, graphic scenes, or cliffhangers.