A young man crashes his red Porsch. His brother is murdered. The Earl of Strathalmond, commits suicide. What do they all have to do with one another? And how do patrician Ilona and her slutty sister Katerine fit into the picture? The blurb on the back of this book refers to a "chilling solution" and for once it is correct. Not gory. Not disgusting. But definitely chilling!
Interesting cozy mystery when a red Porche is found wrecked with the body of a dead
man inside by Dr. Jean Montrose and her husband and two daughters as they ride through the countryside in Scotland, and their car almost wrecks on an oil slick highway.
With the help of Inspector Detective Douglas Niven of the Perth police, Dr. Jean Montrose discovers some of her patients are involved in the crimes that seem to entertwine even into her own family. Actually, her insight into the psychology of
what makes people react in certain ways helps her and Inspector Niven solve the
The suspense which travels from a Scottish castle to the townspeople of the small
Scottish town of Perth kept me reading all afternoon, and so I finished it in one day!