The Deadliest Blessing

Volume 3 in Jeannette de Beauvoir’s Provincetown Mystery Series

Available June 1, 2018

If there’s a dead body anywhere in Provincetown, wedding consultant Sydney Riley is going to be the one to find it!

The seaside town’s annual Portuguese Festival is approaching and it looks like smooth sailing until Sydney’s neighbor decides to have construction done—and finds more than she bargained for inside her wall.

Now Sydney is again balancing her work at the Race Point Inn with an unexpected adventure that will eventually involve fishermen, gunrunners, a mummified cat, a family fortune, misplaced heirs, a girl with a mysterious past, and lots and lots of Portuguese food. The Blessing of the Fleet is coming up, and unless Sydney can find the key to a decades-old murder, it might yet come back to haunt everyone in this otherwise-peaceful fishing village.

The first chapter can be downloaded for free at https://ccwriting.lpages.co/the-deadliest-blessing/

The Deadliest Blessing is available in mass-market paperback and ebook formats, both online and from local independent booksellers.

Praise for The Deadliest Blessing

“Jeannette de Beauvoir perfectly captures the colorful strangeness and joy of life at Land’s End in her gripping new mystery The Deadliest Blessing. In this, the third installment in her P’town Theme Week series, wedding planner and sleuth Sydney Riley learns that the passions and guilt of long-ago threaten the present.”

Debra LawlessAuthor, Provincetown Since World War II: Carnival at Land’s End

“Wedding planner Sydney Riley is smart, funny, slightly quirky, and destined to find dead bodies in the strangest places. In The Deadliest Blessingshe faces witches, magic, and murder that keep her—and the reader—guessing. Toss in the unique Provincetown culture, a fundamentalist Muslim police commissioner, and a sympathetic ICE boyfriend, and you’ve got a page-turner to the end!”

Janice Zarro Brodmanauthor, Sex Rules!: Astonishing Sexual Practices and Gender Roles Around the World

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