Despite her wide contributions to genre literature, Irish author L.T. Meade is now remembered, if at all, for her girls' school stories. However, in 1898 the Strand Magazine, famous for its fictions of crime, detection, and the uncanny, proclaimed Meade one of its most popular writers for her contributions to its signature fare.
Airports will never feel the same... A murdered girl is found in a suitcase on an airport conveyor belt. An armed robbery takes place in the cargo terminal the next day. The police officer who discovered the body, Anna Jenkinson, believes the two crimes are related but she’s told to stay off the case. She can’t do that.
CoCo Higgins lives in the shadow of her famous artistic father, who has made his name painting nude paintings of her mother. The same mother that walked out of her life when she was only nine years old. Together with her sister, and a baby brother who is obviously not her father’s child, they live with this man, who can only truly communicate on canvas.