Warm sunshine, lush island vineyards, charming seaside towns—and beneath it all, dark and dangerous things are lurking in the shadows… Becca Rossiter once again finds herself embroiled in a treacherous and mysterious case of murder, interrupting her long-awaited trip to the Greek Islands.
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An idyllic vacation, interrupted by murder…
Becca Rossiter arrives on the Greek island of Santorini bathed in bright sunshine, with three weeks of vacation and a promising romance ahead of her—a dream come true. Only one day later, the dream has turned into a nightmare. With her friend and local archeologist, Cal Fellows, she witnesses a brutal killing in the steep and twisting streets of Ia.
Eluding the murderer, they escape and report the crime, hoping that will be the end of the matter. But as they continue their travels through the Cyclades, Becca can’t shake the uneasy feeling that they’re being followed.
Throw in a mysterious Greek millionaire, a spoiled Mediterranean beauty, a surprising arrival from California and a series of deadly threats, and before they know it Becca and Cal find themselves caught in a complicated web of secrets, villains and deceit.
What readers are saying about the other books in the series:
“Superb story. I enjoy the [Strangers on This Road] series as much as I did from the first one… Hope they keep coming!!”
“Another enjoyable, easy read. Emily Senecal books are great to read on a quiet weekend afternoon. Will read the next book in this series soon.”
“The fact that we meet new people that tie together back to people from the prior books is wonderful.”
“…a perfect book to take a break from real life and get lost in.”
“Love love love the book. Can’t put it down….”
“I liked the humor and intelligent commentary as well as the blend of romance and mystery…”
“I thoroughly enjoyed it and can’t wait to read what mystery comes up next.”