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Hotelier Trevor Lambert is about to fulfill his ultimate fantasy—managing his own bed and breakfast, a Victorian mansion in Vancouver called Graverly Manor. But there's one caveat: the elderly owner, Lady Graverly, won't sell until Trevor lives and works there for one month. Screams in the night, foul odors, and the sudden disappearance of a chambermaid have Trevor looking over his shoulder. Grim rumors surrounding Lady Graverly's tragic and suspicious past hint at possible murder. Now Trevor must piece together the whole story before these dark family secrets turn his dream into a nightmare. First-class praise for the Five-Star Mystery series: "This fast-paced puzzler shines with droll wit and hotel-savvy details." —Publishers Weekly "Craig has kicked off his series with a bang, a big bang of a book. Wonderfully clever and well executed." —Crimespree Magazine
In this star-studded sequel to Murder at the Universe, Daniel Edward Craig pokes good-humored fun at the celebrity-crazed Los Angeles culture. Dedicated hotelier Trevor Lambert takes a job at Hotel Cinema, a multi-million dollar rejuvenation of an Old Hollywood motor inn. It's a fabulous opening party until Tinseltown's hottest star, Chelsea Fricks, takes a fatal dive from her penthouse balcony. Was it a reckless publicity stunt or did fame drive her to suicide? Chelsea's stab wounds tell another story. Suddenly Hotel Cinema is the setting of a hilarious Hollywood murder mystery, starring Chelsea's former pit bull publicist; a star-struck detective; tasteless tabloid reporters; and Trevor's incompetent boss, who breaks every rule in the hotel handbook. Cristal champagne is flowing. Business is booming. But when the hotel staff are targeted as murder suspects, the party turns into a publicity nightmare.
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