Some Like it Shot is the 6th instalment in the Movie Club Mysteries by Zara Keane. Where Maggie is struggling with finances and is currently looking for a Mian Coon when someone comes to her with a letter that is a death threat. Along with some mysterious going ons, on the set of her sister’s movie.
Rebel Without a Claus is the 5th book in the Movie Club Mysteries by Zara Keane. We see Maggie and Lenny in Galway working their own cases now that Lenny is a full-time employee of Movie Reel Investigations but part of Maggie’s case sees her end up with a dead body in her bath tub in the apartment they are staying in Galway.
The 39 Cupcakes is the fourth book in the Movie Mysteries Series by Zara Keane. The story continues focusing on Maggie Doyle the ex-cop turned P.I. as she helps her cousin by chaperoning a group of children on summer camp and finds something very unexpected at the archaeological dig site.
How to Murder a Millionaire is the third book in the series Movie Club Mysteries by Zara Keane. It sees Maggie Doyle officially setting down roots on Whisper Island armed with her now official P.I.’s license and ready to investigate a missing sheep.
The Postman Always Dies Twice by Zara Keane is the second book in the Movie Club Mysteries Series. It follows on from P is for Poison and sees Maggie Doyle pulled into two investigations where she is still not really wanted but used as a sounding board that then sees some interesting changes in relationships and character development.
Dial P For Poison by Zara Keane was a pick up along with the Wolves and Daggers as it was available for free. Dial P for Poison is centred around Maggie Doyle who’s come back to Ireland from America to relax and finds herself in the middle of a murder mystery.