When a dead body is discovered at the Museum, Beatrice May Ross determined to use her sleuthing skills solve case. Sharp, sassy YA crime-fiction, with dash of romance and splash funny.
All is not as it seems on the El Camino to Santiago de Compostela in northern Spain. Among thousands of pilgrims a calculating thief who attempts use bustle Holy Week smuggle out valuable ancient manuscript. In tradition Canterbury Tales, group travellers and guide journey for five days exchanging their personal backgrounds among scenic beauty. Each has something hide. These colourful characters come from all walks life different continents. Their pilgrimage enables them learn origins historic walk well great deal about themselves. Declan, Victoria Liam Ireland; Vicky, Canadian photographer, won trip competition decides bring her friend Andrea along; Santie Heila are sisters South Africa Georgina, British police consultant follows path manuscript ultimately solves mystery an exciting denouement. Part travelogue, part drama, this whodunit will keep readerÕs attention rollicking ride which encompasses unexpected twist tail. The subplot tug at heartstrings revealing greed, duplicity human frailty. author walked described novel thus authenticating its portrayal.