Daisy Waugh is an author and Tarot reader. She has written several sad, historical novels, several contemporary, comic novels, a couple of non-fiction books, and a lot of newspaper articles and columns. She lives a quiet life with her family, not far from the River Thames in Barnes, South West London. To find out more, visit her website at: daisywaugh.com.
One imagines that Waugh had nearly as much fun writing it as we do reading it * Catholic Herald * This is a marvellous rollicking read with brilliantly drawn characters. I finished it within 24 hours -- Mary Killen A work of sublime silliness. The knife-edge between crime and comedy is a tricky one, but Daisy Waugh negotiates it magnificently. The story is preposterous, as it should be in a book of this kind, and the author is clearly less interested in the finer points of crime plotting than she is in sharp observations and social satire. The result is a delightful book, witty, pacy and beautifully written. An irresistible, high-camp crime caper - deliciously entertaining An effervescent madcap whodunnit * Metro * Fizzles, crackles and sparkles A jolly farce that never takes itself too seriously * Red Magazine * A perfect antidote to wintry gloom * The Literary Review * What a triumph! It gave me enormous pleasure to read, plus of course a few appropriate shudders. [In the Crypt] lightens the darkness in a way that is both dark and light -- Antonia Fraser Fans of PG Wodehouse and Agatha Christie should bag this madcap comedy whodunnit . . . Outrageous and over-the-top, a perfect antidote to all real-life craziness going on * Daily Mail * An irresistible champagne bubble of pleasure and laughter It's sharp, funny and just the right amount of farcical - the best sort of murder mystery * Tatler *