Along the way he is supported by his plucky side kick, Lady Caroline De Montford or Caz for short while Ali and her small team maintain running the pub. Danny finds himself at the scenes of subsequent murders and of constant interest to the police, especially DC Nick Fisher who he starts dating. This new relationship is thrown into question when Danny’s ex Robert starts appearing at the bar. The book ends with a classic whodunit around the table with Danny announcing the culprit.
The book is well written and easy to read but I felt the text was full of clichés. I had a feeling who was responsible for the murders towards the end but found this only compelled me to keep reading as I was keen to see if I was right. Overall, I enjoyed the read and would recommend the book.
You can buy Death of a Diva from Crawley Museum shop along with other books in the series.