Tourists Are for Trapping

Tourists Are for Trapping

Marian Babson


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A troupe of travelers in London may harbor a killer in this novel from an Agatha Award–winning author praised for her “wit and whimsy” (Kirkus Reviews).
A group of tourists has arrived in London—shaken by the mysterious death of one of their fellow travelers back in Zurich. Larkin’s Luxury Tours is represented by the public relations firm of Perkins & Tate—so it’s up to Douglas Perkins, with a little assistance from his cat, Pandora, to soothe their fears, boost their spirits . . . and prevent them from demanding refunds.
But after another member of the tour disappears, Doug will have to turn from sightseeing to crime-solving in this puzzler from a “consistently witty” writer (Mystery News).
“Marian Babson’s name on a mystery is a guarantee of quality writing wrapped around an unusual crime.” —Houston Chronicle


Marian Babson:
Marian Babson, born Ruth Stenstreem, is an American mystery writer. Her first published work was Cover-Up Story (1971), and she has written over forty-five mysteries. Babson served as secretary of the Crime Writers’ Association and was awarded the CWA Dagger in the Library in 1996.