Dead Men Tell No Tales.
Mystery Bookshop owner Ellery Page and Police Chief Jack Carson are diving for the legendary pirate galleon Blood Red Rose when they discover an old-fashioned diver’s suit, water-damaged and encrusted with barnacles. Further examination reveals the 20th Century suit contains a 21st Century body.
Who was the mysterious diver? No one seems to be missing from the quaint and cozy town of Pirate’s Cove. Was he really diving for pirate’s gold? And if not, what exactly did he do to earn that bullet hole in his skull?
Body at Buccaneer’s Bay review text:
Another cosy instalment in the Secrets and Scrabble series.
Quaint, quirky setting ✓
Chaotic supporting characters ✓
Lovable main man ✓
Slow-burn romance ✓
Yet another crime to solve ✓
I’m looking forward to more mysteries with the characters of Pirate’s Cove in books 6 and 7, both scheduled for release before the end of the year!
Pick up your copy, all the links are on the author’s website: https://joshlanyon.com/books/body-at-buccaneers-bay/
Secrets and Scrabble: Books 1–4
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