It's Cait and Bud's wedding weekend and for the first time she feels like a bride—or at least, she's supposed to. But then the rain won't quit, the supposedly romantic Welsh castle feels creepy, and there's a dead body on the stairs.
What first appears to have been the untimely, unfortunate, and accidental death of their wedding choirmaster quickly reveals itself to have been a murder. And when a series of mysterious events occur around the castle, Cait, Bud, and Cait's sister Sian tackle the case of The Corpse with the Sapphire Eyes, attempting to solve the mystery before another sinister event can ruin their destination wedding.
The fifth Cait Morgan mystery will have you stumbling to catch up to Cait's brilliant mind, and keep you guessing until its shocking conclusion.
Cathy Ace suggests a gin and tonic is the perfect beverage to drink while consuming The Corpse with the Sapphire Eyes.
"[Cathy Ace] blew me away with a surprising twist that I did not see coming . . . talk about a chain reaction and its repercussions . . . a story that ended quite satisfactory for this reader." —Dru's Book Musings Blog
Cait Morgan and Bud Anderson are on their way to Wales for their destination wedding, but the plane seems to be grounded in Vancouver—find out why, and what Cait can do about it, in this prequel to The Corpse with the Sapphire Eyes.
Cathy Ace reveals to the South Wales Evening Post how growing up in Swansea, Wales influenced her fifth Cait Morgan Mystery, The Corpse with the Sapphire Eyes.
Want to know what Cait Morgan sounds like? Tune in to Cathy Ace's interview on CrimeFiction.fm to hear that lovely Welsh lilt.
The Corpse with the Sapphire Eyes tops 49th Shelf's Ten Mystery Books To Read This Spring list.