The Fine Art of Deception
By Jeannette de Beauvoir
Trouble is in the wind for wedding planner and amateur sleuth Sydney Riley
Her boss Glenn has grown secretive; her best friend Mirela is hiding something, and Sydney’s daily routine at the Race Point Inn has grown stale. Sydney’s boyfriend, Ali, is in town as part of an investigation whose details he’s hesitant to share, and living together in her tiny apartment has become a challenge, to say the least. Any charm she’d found in her hand-to-mouth existence has disappeared.
Something has to give—and it does: A visit from Sydney’s father turns treacherous when the investigation of a hit-and-run death leads her to the intimidating and subterranean world of high-priced art. Then Glenn vanishes as a dangerous storm races up the coast, and Sydney comes face-to-face with deception—both on canvas and in real life.
Jeannette de Beauvoir’s flare for drama, detail, and suspense brings the art world to life in this ninth book in the Provincetown Mystery Series.
Bestselling author Jeannette de Beauvoir writes historical, mystery, and literary fiction and poetry. Her work has appeared in numerous literary journals and anthologies. Jeannette is a member of the Authors Guild, the Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, and the National Writers Union.
Jeannette is a local theatre critic and presents an arts-related program on WOMR, a Pacific radio affiliate. She lives in a seaside cottage on Cape Cod.
Bookseller’s Information & Pricing
Print ISBN: 979-8-9868654-2-3
Publisher: HomePort Press
Price: $16.99 (USD)
Distributed by Ingram
Bookstore discount: 55% via Ingram Spark
Page Count 382
Trim Size 4.250″ x 7.000″ (178mm x 108 mm)
Interior Color and Paper Black & White: Creme
Binding Paperback: Perfect Bound
Cover Finish Matte