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The Scilly Sleuth strikes again in this fun #CosyMystery – A Death at Neptune Cove by Emma Jameson

A birthday beach party gone wrong, buried treasure and… a dead body? This might be Jemima Jago’s most baffling case yet!

My Review:

The Scilly Sleuth strikes again in this cosy island mystery....

A birthday party for a teen, 
At Neptune Cove, it sets the scene.
A trip, the cake cushions the fall
Help's needed to sort it so on a neighbour they call...

The lights are on but no one answers the door
Then they see the body on the kitchen floor.
An American business man who came here to stay
Will never again see the light of day.

With rumours, secrets and blatant lies
Jem into the victim's life tries to spies.
When jewellery is found buried in the sand
Is it connected? Was it planned?

Travel around the islands with Pauley and Jem, too,
As they and their friends try to uncover a clue
To help them identify just who the victim could be
And bring the killer to justice as you'll see.

There's murder, mischief, gossip and lies
Plenty of twists and more than one surprise!
This is another engaging mystery that's great to read
And could well be the next book that you also need!

For my complementary copy of this book, I say thank you,
I highly recommend it in this is my honest review.

Book Description:

When Jem knocks on the door of an isolated cottage overlooking beautiful Neptune Cove, she’s hoping for help fixing a birthday cake baking disaster. She’s not expecting to find the tenant dead on the tiled floor, specks of blood on the collar of his navy-and-red satin pajamas…

The victim is Arthur Ajax, a handsome and wealthy American businessman who arrived in the Isles of Scilly as a tourist ten months ago and never left. There have been rumors about him in town, as he was known for his extravagant lifestyle. Perhaps he’d gone overboard, or could his death be connected to an unpaid debt?

Later that same evening, Jem stumbles across a hoard of buried jewelry, dug up from the dunes by little dog Buck, and she immediately wonders if they could be connected to the rich man’s murder. It’s not every day you find expensive—and very real-looking—sapphire earrings stashed away in an antique biscuit tin!

Jem seeks help from a local jewelry expert to identify the gems. But when he suddenly goes missing, Jem knows someone is trying to cover their tracks. Can she catch the killer before he makes her walk the plank too?

A completely gripping cozy page-turner set in the beautiful Isles of Scilly, from the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Emma Jameson. Fans of M.C. Beaton, Faith Martin and Agatha Christie will be hooked by A Death at Neptune Cove.

Buy Link: Amazon: https://geni.us/B0B5S8M1N9social

Author Bio:

Emma Jameson writes mysteries that readers call witty, romantic, and full of surprises. An aspiring novelist since age seven, she took a long, twisty route to the New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists. After years of working at a major medical center, her first novel, cobbled together on nights and weekends, became a runaway e-book bestseller. Now she writes full-time and has sold over half a million books. A compulsive reader and information hoarder, Emma is always searching for that fascinating nugget or startling fact that will spark another novel. A lifelong Anglophile, she resides in the United States, where she enjoys swimming, yoga, and serving the needs of not one, not two, not three, but four cats.

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