Missing at Sea

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Three years on from Egypt, Anna Davies embarks on her first cruise with best friend Sandra. A woman is lost at sea; the ship turns around to search for her, but she has disappeared into the night. Was it suicide? Did she lose her balance and fall - or was there foul play involved? Did her husband push her? Would anyone be able to prove whether this was murder or an unfortunate accident? More

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About Rita Lee Chapman

Rita Lee Chapman was born in the UK and migrated to Australia in her early twenties. It was only when she retired to the Sunshine Coast in Queensland that she wrote her first novel “Missing in Egypt” Book 1 in the Anna Davies Mystery Series.

“This fulfilled a lifelong ambition for me. In primary school I wrote long stories but since then my writing had been restricted to business correspondence, press releases and letters home to my family!

Missing at Sea, is Book 2 in the Anna Davies Mystery Series and Book 3 is Missing in London.

Winston - A Horse's Tale is the story of an Australian horse, Winston, told by himself. It tells of his adventures and experiences as well as those of other horses he meets along life's way. It was the book I had to write and is for all horse lovers from teenagers upwards.

Dangerous Associations is a crime mystery."

For more information on Rita and her books visit her website at www.ritaleechapman.com

About the Series: Anna Davies Mystery
Anna Davies is an Australian whose life seems to attract mystery and drama - not to mention a little romance!

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Reviews

Review by: Victoria Zigler on June 8, 2017 :
This book is part mystery story, part romance, and part amazing travel adventure. The description of the experience of the cruise is so wonderful I felt
as though I was there, the characters are believable, and their relationships with one another are realistic and develop well throughout the story. As
for the mystery itself: it was done so well that I never figured out all of the details before they were revealed at the end, and yet the clues were all
there so that it made sense for things to have happened the way they did. All in all, this was a really great read, though one some may find difficult
to read if they're sensative to certain subjects.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
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