(From the publisher):
Dorothy Martin's wedded bliss could only be improved if her husband, Alan Nesbitt, didn't have to go gallivanting all over the world, advising local police departments on new procedures. Her life could only be improved if she didn't keep stumbling across the recently - and criminally - deceased.
On a trip into London to see her doctor, Dorothy talks to a young man, who, by the time the train reaches Victoria Station, is very dead. That the death of this young Irish-American isn't newsworthy comes as no surprise. What does shock her, though, is that no one - not the representatives of British Transit, not the police - seems to think that anything is amiss. Clearly, the man who told her he was a doctor and would take care of everything had done just that... Now Dorothy has a mystery on her hands, and with Alan in Zimbabwe, there's nothing for it but to begin investigating with the help of some of her friends.
Viewed as an older woman who couldn't possibly be a threat, Dorothy insinuates herself onto the staff of a computer software company and discovers not only a surprising killer but the lengths to which someone might go for the sake of a dream.
Original title: The Victim in Victoria Station
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Detective Story and Detectives→ Cozy Mysteries