Thanks for your patience in waiting for the new video trailer! If you have read the book, you can identify the characters as if this was made into a movie. A romantic suspense story to solve two murders. It also is a riveting story of surviving grief and finding love. Many 5-star reviews and a Reader’s Favorite. Enjoy!
His little sister died—an unspeakable tragedy he could have prevented. Evan Wentworth, a grief-stricken cop from El Dorado Hills, California changes careers and becomes a highly successful Jackson Pollock-like artist who falls in love with Aurora Banfield, his patron and owner of an elite Tribeca art gallery. Prior to graduating from Parsons School of Design in New York, Evan vacations in St.-Paul-de-Vence, where he meets a young teacher, Danielle DuBois, the daughter of the owner of Gaspard Yachting, one of the largest charter yachting companies in the Riviera. Evan finds clues that might unravel his sister’s cold case, but instead becomes embroiled in solving yet another murder, risks everything and unwittingly puts Danielle and her family in danger. Through lavender fields, to the ancient ramparts of St.-Paul to multi-millions dollar yachts on the Côte d’Azur, DANGEROUS DUPLICITY reminds readers why murder, justice, the power of love and the search for redemption can have dire consequences.
Praise: “Dangerous Duplicity is a riveting contemporary romantic suspense novel. Her believable, but flawed, characters captivated me with this layered story of a tormented young man determined to solve a murder that has haunted him for many years, even if it means keeping secrets from the woman he loves and possibly losing her.”…Linda Townsdin, author of the Spirit Lake Mystery Series
December 11, 2016 ,I joined the other contributors to the Capitol Crimes 2017 Anthology. Check out my story,: " Murder by Conclusion"! http://capitolcrimes.org/capitol-crimes-2017-anthology/
Pre-launch release was 12/12/17; actual launch party 4/28/17 at Talisman Collection, El Dorado Hills
Mark Your Calendars! Sherry Joyce and several other Sisters In Crime authors will discuss the inspiration for their spine-tingling mysteries.
Here's a little travel treat for you. Remember my novel, THE DORDOGNE DECEPTION? Thanks to Robin Benzle who stayed there to film the interior (and buy books from me for the entire crew), here's the castle's grounds and interior set to music. I, of course, made the size of the castle, land, # rooms etc. even larger and changed the name to Roufillay in my novel, but the rest is exactly as it was, and still is. You'll have a chance to see the owner, Isabelle Grasse talk about the history of the chateau. Enjoy! Seeing this clip brought back so many memories, without the storm and lightning strikes we experienced. As you walk the hallways, you'll see slanted beams where we ducked to avoid hitting our heads, the massive (I mean 'castle massive' doors, furnishings, and marvelous setting above the Dordogne River. If you want to learn more, visit my web: http://sherryjoyce.com
Great Places to Stay in the World: Chateau de Rouffillac, Carlux, France
This privately-owned historic chateau in the Dordogne region of Southwestern France is perhaps the best…
Check out my latest interview with Fiona Mcvie at Author Interviews! She asked lots of great questions!
DANGEROUS DUPLICITY BOOK LAUNCH WAS A HUGE SUCCESS!!