Jeannette de Beauvoir is an award-winning novelist whose work has appeared in 15 countries and has been translated into 12 languages. She’s the author of mystery novels and historical/literary fiction.
Jeannette grew up in Angers, a city in France with a castle once owned and significantly rebuilt by Saint Louis, grandfather of Marguerite de Bourgogne, a character in Lethal Alliances. The city and the castle are the catalysts for her undergraduate and graduate work in medieval studies. Lethal Alliances is a marriage of sorts—between her past academic work and her present work as a writer of fiction, mostly mystery novels with historic antecedents.
Her current bestselling mystery series featuring wedding planner Sydney Riley takes place during the various theme weeks in Provincetown, Massachusetts, the same town—coincidentally enough—where Jeannette herself resides. 2019 will see the publication of A Killer Carnival and The Christmas Corpses, with more planned for the series over the next few years.
Jeannette is a member of the Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, the Author’s Guild and the National Writers Union.