East End Books Ptown is pleased to welcome back Jeannette de Beauvoir for another great Sydney Riley mystery. Join us May 4th at 6pm for: Dead in the Water: A Provincetown Mystery - Jeannette de Beauvoir. *The book can be Preordered now.
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Sydney Riley's much-anticipated stretch of relaxation between theme weeks is doomed from the start: Her parents, ensconced at the Race Point Inn, expect her to play tour guide. Wealthy adventurer Guy Husband has reappeared, seeking help regaining the affections of her best friend, Mirela. And the body of a kidnapped businessman has washed up under MacMillan Wharf.
Sydney is literally at sea (by far not her favorite place), juggling friends and family to indulge her supersized curiosity. Is the murder the work of a regional gang led by the infamous "Codfather" or the result of a feud within an influential Provincetown family? What's Guy Husband's connection? And why does Sydney's boyfriend Ali suddenly insist on visiting-especially while her mother is in town?
Master of crime Jeannette de Beauvoir brings her unique blend of irony and intrigue to this humorous-and at times unsettling-convergence of friends, family, and fatality.
Jeannette de Beauvoir is a bestselling and award-winning author of both historical and mystery fiction whose work has has been translated into 12 languages. A Book Sense Book-of-the-Year finalist, she's a member of the Authors Guild, the Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, and the National Writers Union. All her novels are firmly rooted in a sense of place, whether it's a mystery series set in Montréal or on Cape Cod, or historical fiction set in World War II or in medieval France. Her Provincetown Mystery Series, which showcases the town's popular theme weeks has received rave reviews.