Mollie McGhie is hoping for diamonds for her tenth wedding anniversary. Instead, her clueless hubby presents her with a rundown boat. She's not impressed.
When she discovers someone murdered on board, things get even worse. Mollie hopes it will convince her husband to rethink his hare-brained scheme of sailing off into the sunset. Instead, he's more determined than ever to fix the boat up and set off to sea.
Poking her nose in where it doesn't belong, Mollie finds herself drawn into the tight-knit community living at Palm Tree Marina in Coconut Cove, a small town on the Florida coast. She uncovers a crime ring dealing in stolen marine equipment, eats way too many chocolate bars, adopts a cat, and learns far more about sailing than she ever wanted to.
Will Mollie be able to discover who the murderer is before her nosiness gets her killed?
Murder at the Marina is the first book in the hilarious Mollie McGhie mystery series. If you like quirky characters, adorable cats, and plenty of chocolate, you'll love this cozy mystery. Grab your copy today and laugh out loud from the first page to the last.
Spoiler Alert: You'll be craving brownies by the time you finish this book!
The Mollie McGhie Cozy Sailing Mysteries
Prequel—Robbery at the Roller Derby
#1—Murder at the Marina
#2—Bodies in the Boatyard
#3—Poisoned by the Pier
#3.5—Buried by the Beach
#4—Dead in the Dinghy
#5—Shooting by the Sea
#6—Overboard on the Ocean
About the author
Ellen Jacobson is a chocolate obsessed cat lover who writes cozy mysteries and romantic comedies. After living on a sailboat for many years, she now travels around in a teeny-tiny camper with her husband and an imaginary cat named Simon. Her Mollie McGhie cozy mystery series, featuring a reluctant sailor turned amateur sleuth, is inspired by her own sailing adventures and misadventures living aboard sailboats in New Zealand and the States. Her Smitten with Travel romantic comedy series is inspired by her life as an expat in Scotland and New Zealand and passion for exploring new countries and learning about new cultures.
Find out more at ellenjacobsonauthor.com