“Dying for a Diamond is pure joy! The sixth entry into the Laurel McKay Mysteries is filled with laughs, memorable characters, interesting plot twists, and murderous intent, all served with a touch of romance. You’ll be dying for more.”
–Heather Haven, IPPY Award-Winning Author
“The author does a wonderful job in setting up this fantastic and hilarious whodunit with some surprising twists and turns that enhanced the telling of this tale. The narrative was visually appealing and descriptive putting me on the cruise with this group. The mysteries kept me engaged in all that was happening and all the main characters played pivotal roles in the outcome of this excellent romp on the high sea. I had such a great time with Laurel and the gang, that I sense some new things moving forward with these beloved characters. Dying for a Diamond was by far, the best book in this delightfully entertaining series and I can’t wait for my next adventures with this crew.”
-Dru’s Book Musings
“The outstanding trait of this sixth in the Laurel McKay Mystery series is the genuine likability of all of its characters. Even more entertaining are the vicarious thrills readers will have as they are allowed to explore the exotic island locations. Author Sample avoids cliches and never swerves the plot in directions one would expect, resulting in a completely unpredictable but logical conclusion. The humor and natural dialogue will have readers swiftly turning pages to the end, where they will be left anticipating the new direction Laurel and Tom will be taking in the future.”
-Cynthia Chow, Kings River Life Magazine
“After five fun novels, Laurel, the spirited heroine of Cindy Sample’s “Dying for” series, finally ties the knot with Tom Hunter, her heartthrob detective. When the honeymooners embark on a cruise, missing people and stolen diamonds quickly snare Laurel and Tom in a frantic search for answers to clear a framed relative. Seeing nothing wrong in tagging along on Laurel’s honeymoon, her zany family and friends offer extra laughs as readers cruise through this polished whodunit that sparkles like a diamond.
—Linda Lovely, Author of the Marley Clark Mysteries