The Last Honeytrap
Florence Love 1
By Louise Lee
Former Private Investigator Louise Lee's debut novel is endlessly entertaining and snortingly funny, Florence Love is a character to die for. Sometimes literally.
If you love to curl up with Miranda Dickinson or The Mystery of Mercy Close by Marian Keyes was your favourite, The Last Honeytrap will delight you with its rapidfire, irreverent humour.
Scot 'Scat' Delaney is a world famous jazz singer. He has ample opportunity to stray and his girlfriend, Alice, needs to know she can trust him.
Introducing Florence Love, Private Investigator.
Florence has just ten days to entrap an A-Lister. Whilst sticking to her cardinal rule:
One kiss, with tongues, five seconds - case closed.
A master of body language, evolutionary science and nifty disguises, her approach is unconventional, her success rate excellent. But targets are rarely as beautiful as Scat. Never fall for the target.
That is very bad form indeed.
The Last Honeytrap marks the energetic launch of a brilliant new series. Once you've met Florence Love, you'll see the world in glorious technicolour at last.
Louise Lee was once a geography teacher before taking the natural career step to become a Private Investigator. She studied for an MA in Creative Writing at Birkbeck and has work commissioned by and broadcast on BBC Radio Four.
Louise lives in London with her two children. The Last Honeytrap is the first in a series of novels to feature the inimitable Florence Love.
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12 Mar 2015
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A funny, sassy page-turning debut — Jenny Colgan
I am in LOVE with Florence Love - she's flawed, feisty and funny as hell — Mel Giedroyc
A fascinating insight into the world of detection — Prima
A plot with plenty of twists, and a fresh, funny new voice that made me laugh out loud — Woman & Home
Clever page-turner — Woman
Funny, entertaining and light — Best
Heaps of fun! **** (summer read) — Heat
A sassy, feisty heroine to die for... She's smart, she's sexy, and she's very very funny — Reader's Digest