“The Lethal Legacy: A Provincetown Mystery” Virtual Book Launch with Jeannette de Beauvoir
East End Books Ptown is happy to welcome back Ptown author Jeannette de Beauvoir for the launch of her new book, “The Lethal Legacy: A Provincetown Mystery “( Sydney Riley #7 ). Travel to Provincetown virtually with East End Books ptown & Jeannette on October 1st at 6pm. Registration via Eventebrite is required for your FREE ticket & be admitted to the book event.
Register here with Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/jeannette-de-beauvoir-the-lethal-legacy-a-provincetown-mystery-tickets-120528366589
Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86474051208
(Click the link just before the event begins at 6pm. You’ll be in a virtual waiting room and will be let in once the event begins).
Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/388171805510736/
Despite a slew of weddings to coordinate, Sydney Riley refuses to miss the Women’s Community Dinner-the high point of Women’s Week. During the festivities, she meets vocalist Jordan Bellefort, a direct descendant of a fugitive slave whose diaries suggest the Race Point Inn was a stop on the Underground Railroad. Then Jordan’s wife, Reggie, is murdered while Jordan performs onstage before a crowd of adoring fans. When Sydney probes Reggie’s death, she uncovers a tainted legacy that may provide a motive for the killing and place her own life at risk.
The Lethal Legacy explores the past’s influence on the present in a world-famous seaside resort with a rich history of diversity and acceptance. This seventh book in the Provincetown Mystery Series maintains the masterful blend of gripping suspense and unique characters Sydney Riley readers have come to expect.
Contributor Bio: De Beauvoir, Jeannette
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 Booksense 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.