After hours on a certain Saturday night turns out to be the busiest time for the West End Park Museum in Glasgow...but the visitors aren't there for a cultural experience. An elderly Italian Countess and her sister - at least, that's what they claim to be - have their greedy eyes fixed on a pair of golden, jewel-encrusted Shih Tzu dogs. A memorable caper from one of the big new talents in Scottish crime fiction.
Donna Moore was born in 1962 and led a sheltered childhood in a small English village. A crime fiction fan from a young age, Donna wanted to be one of Enid Blyton's Famous Five and fight crime with the aid of only a basket of cucumber sandwiches and a bottle of ginger beer. She spent her spare time following mysterious strangers around the village - especially those with cockney accents and a couple of days' growth of stubble - until a complaint from the new local vicar put a stop to her sleuthing career.