Honey Driver runs a hotel in Bath. As boss, she's in charge one day and washing dishes the next, resisting her mother's match-making attempts and managing multiple responsibilities - mundane, safe, and unexciting. Then one day things change. Honey lands the job of liaising with the police on behalf of Bath Hotels Association. No worries, she tells herself. Nothing will happen. She's wrong, and it starts when an American tourist goes missing and Honey is called in to help. Despite the on/off hostility of her police opposite number, she sticks to the task. In the process Honey finds out that there's more to work than washing dishes, and more to murder than malice aforethought.
J. G. Goodhind is the pseudonym for an established and popular saga writer. She has also written comedy, including a prize-winning radio entry. She has worked as a Senior Clerical Officer for the Probation Service, and has owned and managed a hotel in Bath.