Journey from Jazz Age New York to Kenya, with a novel by an author who "successfully combines the genre of historical novel and murder mystery" (Booklist). It's a beautiful day in Greenwich Village, and business is booming for art dealer Bedford Green. The former gossip owes it all to his invaluable assistant, Sloane—who then goes and spoils the fun by announcing that she's leaving on safari. Sloane is a Midwestern girl and has never laid eyes on any animal more exotic than a housecat, but she can't resist her uncle's invitation to visit Kenya to hobnob with everyone from the department-store king of Chicago to the Prince of Wales. Green thinks it sounds dreadfully dangerous—which means he has no choice but to go with her. The safari is cut short, however, when Sloane's aunt is found dead in the arms of a married man and her uncle is arrested for murder. Freeing him will take every ounce of Green's charm . . . A Sinful Safari is the third book in the Bedford Green Mysteries, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.