To Davy Jones Below: A Daisy Dalrymple Mystery

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St. Martin's Press, Jul 7, 2001 - Fiction - 256 pages
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In late 1923 the newly married Daisy Dalrymple and Detective Chief Inspector Alec Fletcher of Scotland Yard take an ocean voyage to America for their honeymoon. Accompanied by Daisy's childhood friend Phillip Petrie, his wife, Gloria, and Gloria's father, American millionaire industrialist Caleb P. Arbuckle, Daisy and Alec are looking forward to a pleasant, uneventful trip. But at the last minute they are joined by Arbuckle's new friend, Yorkshire millionaire Jethro Gotobed, and his new wife, Wanda, a showgirl whom all but Gotobed are convinced is a gold digger of the worst sort.

Then, having barely lifted anchor, the ocean liner is beset by a series of suspicious accidents and deaths. With harsh weather and rough seas putting many-including Alec-out of commission due to seasickness, it soon falls to Daisy to figure out what connection there might be between the seemingly unrelated incidents. Convinced that there's a murderer aboard ship, Daisy must unmask the culprit or culprits before anyone else-especially herself-falls victim.

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Review: To Davy Jones Below (Daisy Dalrymple #9)

User Review  - Nancy Reynolds - Goodreads

How can I NOT give it 5 stars?! Even though I had it figured out LONG before everyone else did; and I found it oh-so-convenient that Mr. Arbuckle was able to arrange things as he did for Alec and ... Read full review

Review: To Davy Jones Below (Daisy Dalrymple #9)

User Review  - Elizabeth - Goodreads

This one was really, really obvious almost from the beginning. Alec was just being willfully obtuse. I can sort of see how Daisy's innocence prevented her from seeing the obvious until the end, but not really. Read full review

About the author (2001)

Carola Dunn is the author of nine books featuring Daisy Dalrymple, most recently Rattle His Bones, as well as numerous historical novels. Born and raised in England, she lives in Eugene Oregon.