There's more than one way to capture a life.
Previously published at The Octopus
We believed he had died from an overdose. There was no reason to suspect otherwise . . .
When Elspeth is invited to her ex-husband Richard's fiftieth birthday party, she's expecting a star-studded event for the famous British film director, full of A-listers and hangers-on. But she arrives to find just seven other carefully selected guests in attendance.
A surreal evening ensues, orchestrated by the charming yet manipulative host, culminating in what will surely become a night to remember . . .
Because by morning, Richard will be dead, and every guest a suspect.
Praise for The Ninth Guest:
'Very intriguing' Heat, Book of the Week
'Tess Little is a modern Agatha Christie, setting up her nine suspects, locking them in a sprawling Los Angeles mansion, and knocking them down one by one' Tanen Jones, author of The Better Liar
'A unique locked-room mystery . . . Perfect for fans of Lucy Foley' Wendy Walker, bestselling author of Don't Look for Me