Daisy Dunlop Mystery Series


A Daisy Dunlop Mystery Box Set: Lost Cause, Lost & Found, Lost Property

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Lost Cause

A Daisy Dunlop Mystery ~ Book One


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 Daisy Dunlop thinks heir hunting will be an adventure. The man charged with ensuring her safety thinks it will be murder.

Daisy Dunlop thinks “heir hunting” is a perfect career. Too bad she has to work with her husband’s best mate, Irish PI Solomon Liffey. They’ve barely spoken since he took her husband Paul’s request to keep her safe far too literally and handcuffed her to the kitchen sink.

Solomon has no interest in babysitting a new partner, especially this one. The woman’s a bleedin’ liability. She has no concept of danger and could flirt for England at the next Olympics. As if that isn’t bad enough, she has a habit of sticking her nose where it’s not wanted, including into Solomon’s very private life.

Determined to keep Daisy safely out of his way, Solomon sets her the task of finding a missing lord. Her investigations land her in the middle of his case. Bullets fly, bombs explode, and the body count rises. When Solomon goes missing, the tables are turned. Now it’s his life that is in Daisy’s hands, and she has two missing men to find before it’s too late

Lost & Found

A Daisy Dunlop Mystery ~ Book Two

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Daisy Dunlop’s heir hunting career has gone to the dogs, and only one man can bring it to heel.

Hot on the success of her first case, Daisy Dunlop can count the offers of work on one finger. An empty bank account and the need to prove to her business partner, PI Solomon Liffey, that she is an asset not a liability, calls for drastic measures.  Terror has to be overcome as she answers a plea to find the one thing that gives her night sweats and flashbacks. A dog. A missing stud poodle to be exact.

Solomon’s amusement at Daisy’s new case is short lived when the arrest of his former girlfriend, Lisa, leaves him with the fulltime care of his young daughter, Molly. A body is discovered in Lisa’s bed. Now he  needs to help find the murderer before Molly’s safety is compromised.

When Daisy realises the dead man is linked to her current case, and the body count rises, Solomon and Daisy are forced to work together to find the killer. Would the sexual prowess of a poodle really incite someone to murder, or is the real motive hidden somewhere in Solomon’s secret past?


Lost Property

A Daisy Dunlop Mystery ~ Book Three


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Daisy Dunlop wants to solve a case on her own, because working with Solomon Liffey is absolute murder.

Despite her best efforts, heir hunter Daisy Dunlop is yet to trace anyone who is entitled to the assets left by the dearly departed. Bills are mounting, her husband is hinting that she should get a real job, and another heir hunter keeps stealing her cases. When she gets a call from a solicitor who wants to hire her to find the sister of a dead client, success appears to be at hand. It’s just too bad the solicitor hired her on the recommendation of her ex-partner, Solomon.

Solomon’s not used to being dumped, so when his girlfriend calls time on their relationship and disappears, he wants to know why. If she won’t talk to him, she will talk to her best friend, Daisy. So, despite having sacked her as a partner a few months ago, he now needs to win her back. Putting a case her way, and making himself indispensable is just the start.

Together, they set out to give Daisy her first success as an heir hunter. However, it soon becomes apparent the solicitor’s client was not who he claimed to be though, and every attempt to find his real identity leads to another dead body. Daisy becomes the police’s main suspect in their murder case Solomon gives up the one thing he swore never to lose. His freedom. When he disappears Daisy risks the only thing that truly matters, her husband, Paul.

16 comments on “Daisy Dunlop Mystery Series

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  4. Just read Lost Cause and LOVED it!!! Can’t wait to read Lost & Found! Also, wanted to let you know the links on your homepage to sign up for your newsletter are broken. I was able to sign up using the tab at the top of the page, but thought you might want to fix the broken links too. Thanks again for the great read!

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  6. I’m just reading and enjoying the Daisy Dunlop book. But do find it a bit annoying to find American words for things when the book is set in Englend i.e ‘elevator’ for lift and ‘pants’ for trousers, tyres spelt tires to name a few. It has put me off reading any more of the series as the language just seems a bit all over the place

    • Hi Dee
      Unfortunately I can only publish one version on Amazon and my US readers already complain about the British slang. If I used all UK words and spelling I would lose a lot of US sales which is my biggest market 🙁 I am sorry it has put you off the series.

      Best wishes

  7. Hi JL. I am a US reader who recently found your series, and LOVE IT.

    Regarding Dee’s comment, one suggestion that another author (H.Y. Hanna) does is use all the British slang/terminology and has a glossary for the definition. It has been helpful a few times, but I have been able to figure out the context without looking.

    This could make all your fans happy. Just a suggestion, but either way, I love your books and cannot wait until book #4.

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