Murder on Lot B - London Lovett

Murder on Lot B

By London Lovett

  • Release Date: 2019-03-11
  • Genre: Historical
Score: 4
From 270 Ratings

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Los Angeles, 1923. The land of movie stars and perpetual sunshine has a stylish new force to be reckoned with—Poppy Starfire, Private Investigator.

Poppy recently moved out on her own and is eager for a taste of independence and to prove to her retired Uncle Sherman that she is capable of running the Starfire Detective Agency. Her brother Jasper has also joined the agency. Poppy prides herself on being a skilled investigator but so far the cases have been scarce and, to say the least, uninspiring. But that all changes when Anna Colton walks through the door. Anna’s brother Roger, a famous stuntman for the local movie studio, has died in a well publicized accidental fall. Only Anna’s not convinced it was an accident. It’s up to Poppy and Jasper to peel away the layers and uncover the truthWho killed Roger ‘Rowdy’ James?

Transport yourself back to the golden age of Hollywood in book 1 of London Lovett's brand new historical Starfire Cozy Mystery series.

Book 2: Murder at the Ostrich Farm 
Book 3: Murder on the Angels Flight Trolley
Book 4: Murder on Holiday Lane


  • Murder on Lot B

    By greggbower
    Didn’t know till the end during an interview “who done it”. Suspenseful and thourghly good read. Highly recommend for an avid reader or recreational one.
  • Very enjoyable read.

    By 4th and a mile
    Really nice character development, characters that were likable, relatable, and written in such a way I could almost see them, gun way to wrap up a crazy year.
  • Flappergasted

    By Mcphillies
    I felt, totally, transported back to the roaring twenties.
  • Murder at the Ostrich Farm

    By ridergal1949
    Great read, great characters and interesting plot
  • Easy Reading

    By NeedingReading7564
    I enjoyed the era in which this story was set—Hollywood 1920’s. This was an easy read and fun. The main character was clever which increased my interest in the story.