An uninhabited Scottish island.
Ten stranded strangers.
A murderer on the loose.
Eager for an escape to the Outer Hebrides, Ursula Smart and her dysfunctional family instead become marooned on an uninhabited island, facing starvation and – worse – no Wi-Fi. A fun break swiftly turns into a desperate battle for survival. Then someone begins killing them off one by one. Will our gang of Smart women escape, or will they be next?
Victoria Dowd is a criminal barrister-turned-crime writer. She lives with her husband and two children, splitting her time between London and Devon, where she indulges her passion for all things Agatha Christie. Her first book won the People’s Book Prize 2021.
“Absolutely loved Body on the Island! Cleverly woven, deliciously dark and had that fabulous Christie setting & humour. Can’t wait to read the next one!” D. E. White, bestselling author of Glass Dolls
“What a fabulous, fantabulous, mind-blowing, engrossing page-turner!” Rekha’s Reviews