Jump on board with Louise Lee's irresistible follow-up to A Girl Called Love. Fans of Marian Keyes, Why Mummy Drinks and Eleanor Oliphant, this one's for you.
'A fresh, funny new voice that made me laugh out loud' Woman & Home
Retired, technically, Florence Love is a long way from her London Private Investigator glory days. But her latest target is achingly personal.
A ration of Montepulciano in her water pouch, Flo finds herself racing around Italy on a borrowed Vespa in the name of love. Bambi Love, specifically. Her mum - missing for twenty-five years. The one case that's still unsolved.
To find Bambi, maintaining focus will be critical. Florence must not be distracted.
Not even by a beautiful, goosebump-inducing Italian stranger with mafiosi friends and a habit of suddenly disappearing himself, who knows far more than he's letting on...
Readers LOVE the Florence Love series
'Read this on holiday with my best friend. Had us both in stitches'
'Witty, funny and intelligent, with some twists I never saw coming'
'Beautifully written, easy to escape into and hard to put down'
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 was the first in a series of novels to feature the inimitable Florence Love and is available from Headline in paperback and eBook.
Must have — Sunday Express S Magazine
This is one of those books that you hope to grab the odd five minutes break, just so you can pick it up and dive into it again — Whispering Stories
Addictive — V Family Fun
Exciting, entertaining and addictive; be prepared to lose yourself in the pages — Bookliterati