The Corpse With The Garnet Face by Cathy Ace

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The Corpse With The Garnet Face
by Cathy Ace

I loved reading this book. I felt like I was visiting Amsterdam. Descriptions of the architecture, the sights and sounds, but mostly the food (OMG this book made me hungry) were captivating. The city was a fabulous canvas for this Cozy.
~I Read What You Write!

This author always takes us on a adventure. She always makes us think. She always brings the setting to life. For those reasons this is one of my favorite series.
~Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book

…very enjoyable reading, really intriguing, a compelling “treasure hunt” in the wonderful city of Amsterdam.

I love this series. Seriously, it is so good. If you are a fan of classic mysteries with a great female lead, you need to read this series.
~Brooke Blogs

Cathy Ace’s Cait Morgan books always remind me of Agatha Christie — not so much in the setting or time period, but in how well-crafted they are, and in how the mystery is presented.
~The Bookwyrm’s Hoard

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The Corpse with the Garnet Face
(A Cait Morgan Mystery)

7th in Series
Genre – Cozy Mystery
Paperback: 272 pages
Publisher: TouchWood Editions (April 12, 2016)
ISBN-13: 978-1771511650


The seventh book in the Cait Morgan series, the eccentric Welsh criminologist–sleuth travels to Amsterdam to track down the murderer of her husband’s long-lost uncle.

Cait’s husband, Bud, is just as surprised to find out he has an uncle as he is to find out that Uncle Jonas is now dead. Bud’s mother insists that Uncle Jonas was a bad child—a disposition made apparent, she believes, by the large purple birthmark covering most of his face. But in a letter he left for Bud, Uncle Jonas insists that he was driven away by hatred, and entreats his nephew to clear his name.

With an old iron key as their only clue, Cait and Bud travel to Amsterdam to solve the cryptic message left by Jonas, and honour the dying wish of a long-lost relative.


About The Author

Originally from Wales, now-Canadian Cathy Ace writes the Cait Morgan Mysteries. Her series has found her criminal psychologist, foodie sleuth stumbling upon Corpses with a Silver Tongue , a Golden Nose, an Emerald ThumbPlatinum HairSapphire Eyes,  Diamond Hand and, now Garnet Face, a during her globetrotting. The winner of The Bony Blithe Award for Best Light Mystery in 2015, when not helping Cait solve traditional, closed-circle mysteries, Cathy’s a keen gardener, ably assisted by her green-pawed chocolate Labradors.

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Twitter: @AceCathy


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14 thoughts on “The Corpse With The Garnet Face by Cathy Ace

  1. Thanks for hosting Cathy Ace today. I enjoy reading about Cait and Bud’s adventures, and would love to win a copy of this book!

  2. I’m a newbie to Cathy Ace’s books but after reading your blog posting I won’t be for long. Thanks for the introduction.

  3. I haven’t read any of her books before but this sounds interesting. I’d love to learn about Amsterdam as I read this interesting mystery.

  4. I loved the first six books of this series. Can hardly wait to read The Corpse With the Garnet Face.

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