Rebecca Keith Murder Mysteries

Wakefield Press now publishing The Rebecca Keith Mysteries

 A macabre murder during the Women’s Australian 
Open Golf tournament at one of
Australia’s most prestigious golf courses sees 
food and wine journalist and amateur golfer
Rebecca Keith on the murder trail once more. 
Fortunately, Rebecca’s sleuthing takes
her on a journey of eating and drinking through many of Adelaide’s bars and restaurants.
Little does Rebecca know that her visits to nearby 
Barossa Valley and Kangaroo Island
will reveal clues that will become crucial in the 
hunt for a killer.
A Royal Murder,  a light-hearted thriller full of intrigue and betrayal, features a full cast of
eccentric characters set against the rich backdrop of South Australia and its lush food
and wine culture.

Pick up the first Rebecca Kieth mystery, The Popeye Murder  (RR P $29.95), which is being
re-released in conjunction with the launch.
If you cannot attend the launch of A Royal Murder  (RRP $29.95) but would like
to order the book, please visit or call us on (08) 8352 4455

Wakefield Press

The Popeye Murder

Rebecca Keith is the editor of “Taste”, the food and wine supplement in Adelaide’s daily newspaper. 

Joining a throng of reporters and chefs aboard a local ferryboat called The Popeye to mark the launch of the Australian Food Festival, the gathered crowd is shocked when one of the city’s top chefs is found murdered in a macabre way. Rebecca and the other guests are immediately tagged as suspects to the crime, but in a strange twist of fate, Rebecca is also assigned by her newspaper to cover the murder. Faced with this strange ethical dilemma, she soon finds herself wrapped up in interviews and investigations that put her face-to-face with a host of suspects—and grave mortal danger.

For fans of Kerry Greenwood’s Phyrne Fisher Murder Series and Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple and Poirot, The Popeye Murder: A Rebecca Keith Mystery is a lighthearted tale set against the backdrop of the quirky, yet rich culture of one of Australia’s most beloved coastal cities.

Front page feature in Life & Style, The Advertiser, November 2015

Article in SA Life December 2015

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