All is peaceful and quiet at the exclusive Evergreen Golf Club in the ultra-wealthy town of Palm Beach, Florida. That is until one prominent member is brutally clubbed to death with a nine-iron on the fairway. FBI Special Agent Emilio Gonzalez leads the investigation into potential suspects: friends, families, and neighbors on Golfview Road. While Agent Gonzalez struggles, the residents of Palm Beach are uneasy and scared.
Flirtatious widow Molly Miller, Palm Beach’s very own Miss Marple, knows the crime scene and knows everyone on the tropical playground of the rich and famous. She watches her friends closely and helps Emilio crack the case. Dagmar Lowe channels her inner Agatha Christie in this mystery novel, Fairway to Die. Find out who left the nine-iron behind after the vicious murder in this suspenseful whodunit. Follow Molly Miller as she sees another crime in Palm Beach in the book, Cover Up.
“It’s about time there was a novel about Palm Beach. It is one of my favorite playgrounds and certainly provides a rich and fertile mine for a writer of glamorous fiction, particularly since I feature in it.” Julian Fellowes, Academy Award winner (Gosford Park) and author of Snobs
“Move over, Miss Marple! Here comes Molly Miller, a flirtatious widow, and accidental sleuth. An insider’s description of the Palm Beach social life. I loved it!“ Lady Carolyn Townshend, Event Organizer, London, and Palm Beach
“A whodunit in the classic mold, but so much more! An exciting story is told with humor and charm. Palm Beach and the social scene are depicted accurately; as a ‘native,’ I can vouch for it. Well worth reading!” Princess Anne Obolensky
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Tags: Florida,High Society,Murder Mystery,Mystery
Sydney Charles Brak –
The New Agatha Christie
I really loved this book. An intelligent murder mystery with interesting participants. I felt I’d been to Palm Beach – wonderful descriptions made the whole book come alive. Well done.
Joan Wenzel –
Be Careful with Those Clubs
This book gives a new insight into the town of Palm Beach, a place of mystery.