In the latest from the USA Today bestselling author of A First Date with Death, reality TV gets all too real with murder...
After Love or Money made them reality TV stars, former cop Georgia Thornton and her new boyfriend Scott were supposed to live happily ever after. Unfortunately as their fifteen minutes of fame came to an end, actual reality kicked in and their prize money quickly evaporated.
So Georgia and Scott agree to appear in a new program, pitting them against other teams in an athletic journey across the countryside of Spain for a chance to win $250,000. But the fierce competition turns frightening when Scott disappears during an overnight camping trip in the Pyrenees Mountains, leaving only his bloody wristwatch behind—and a woman’s dead body.
With the Spanish authorities ready to convict Scott, Georgia must find him and prove his innocence in an amazing race against crime…
About the Author
Diana Orgain is the USA Today bestselling author of the Love and Money Mysteries (A First Date with Death), the Maternal Instincts Mysteries, and coauthor of Gilt Trip with Laura Childs in the New York Times bestselling Scrapbooking Mysteries. She holds an MFA and BA in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University with a minor in Acting. Diana’s plays have been produced at San Francisco State University, GreenHouses Productions, and PlayGround in San Francisco. She lives in the city with her husband and their children.
Praise for A First Date with Death
“Loved it! Daring, funny, and unforgettable, Georgia is a protagonist you’ll identify with. Dreamy men, romance, and a plot that twists to the end, I was drawn in by the memorable characters and a glimpse into the crazy world of ‘reality’ television.”—Nancy J. Parra, author of the Perfect Proposals Mysteries and the Baker’s Treat Mysteries
“A great vicarious adventure...More fun than I had hoped. Surprising, yet completely satisfying. Diana has a hit with this new series! I highly recommend this novel [to readers who] enjoy well-written cozy mysteries with more than a little bit of romance, strong female characters, humor, and a challenge.”—Open Book Society