A major tennis star is found dead in the middle of Wimbledon's court nineteen. Some surprising people might have wished him dead.
Elizabeth Flynn is a Londoner of Anglo-Irish parentage. She has a background in the theatre both as an actress and in stage management, and has experience in broadcasting. She is the author of 'A Mystery for D.I. Costello' series.
"A witty and intriguing whodunnit, set in the glamorous and
fiercely competitive world of international tennis, featuring a
young female Detective Inspector on her first big assignment." --
Cindy Kent, Premier Radio
`Elizabeth keeps the aces coming chapter by chapter.' -- Tony Jasper, author, broadcaster, actor
"A true detective novel, Game, Set and Murder builds its case layer by layer, unfolding every step as D.I. Angela Costello uncovers the mystery surrounding a tennis star found dead on Court 19 on the opening day of Wimbledon. Readers share the journey as Angela learns the deepest secrets of all the players in her charming, understated way. What a delight to read a murder mystery filled with people one really enjoys knowing!" -- Donna Fletcher Crow, author of The Monastery Murders
"Game, Set and Murder is a complex and thoroughly entertaining mystery, set in the vividly portrayed Wimbledon tennis fortnight, that will keep the reader guessing until the dramatic conclusion." -- Dolores Gordon-Smith, author of the Jack Haldean murder mystery series
"The pleasure of this fine first novel is in being at Wimbledon with Costello for 272 pages. Let's hope there's more of her to come." * Publishers Weekly *