Books by Louise Lee

A Whole Lotta Love (Headline, 2018)

Florence Love became a Private Investigator for all the right reasons. She’s extraordinarily nosy, it sounds cool on paper and she needed to find her missing mum.

Now she knows Bambi Love is hiding out in Italy – in a cloud of secrets and Chanel No. 5.

Every family has its skeletons, but Flo’s lot are a particularly special case. And how is she supposed to get over her heart-stealing ex, who holds all the answers but refuses point-blank to ever see her again?

It’s going to take a whole lot of love, sweat and tears to uncover the astonishing truth.

‘I am in LOVE with Florence Love’ Mel Giedroyc

In the Name of Love (Headline, 2017)

Retired, technically, Florence Love is a long way from her London Private Investigator glory days. But her latest target is achingly personal.

A ration of Montepulciano in her water pouch, Flo finds herself racing around Italy on a borrowed Vespa in the name of love. Bambi Love, specifically. Her mum – missing for twenty-five years. The one case that’s still unsolved.

To find Bambi, maintaining focus will be critical. Florence must not be distracted.

Not even by a beautiful, goosebump-inducing Italian stranger with mafiosi friends and a habit of suddenly disappearing himself, who knows far more than he’s letting on…

  • Sunday Express ‘Must Haves’ March 2017

A Girl Called Love (Headline, 2015)

He’s the man every woman wants. Private Investigator Florence Love is out to get him.

Florence has ten days to meet, charm and entrap Scott ‘Scat’ Delaney. Whilst sticking to THE Cardinal Entrapment Rule:

One kiss, with tongues, five seconds – case closed.

Scat, a superstar jazz musician, is stunning. He’s also a reclusive hypochondriac with a Junta-like entourage – it’s going to take a special woman to make him fall into the trap.

Florence Love will tell you at length why she’s that woman. She’s beautiful, resourceful and relentless. A master of body language, evolutionary science and Shorinji Kempo. She’ll use every tool in her armoury, especially when it comes to discovering the truth about Bambi, her absent mother – a twenty-five-year-old mystery she’s determined to solve…

Cardinal Entrapment Rule #2

Never EVER fall for the target (even when they’re the hottest man on the planet)

That would be very bad form indeed.

‘A plot with plenty of twists, and a fresh, funny new voice that made me laugh out loud’ Woman & Home

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