Overview

It's 1675, 11 years have passed since New Amsterdam became New-York and Pieter Tonneman as sheriff brought a murderer to justice and fell in love with the Jewish widow Racqel Mendoza. The marriage has made Racqel an outcast in the small Jewish community. If only Tonneman would convert, she might be once more accepted. Tonneman is no longer sheriff, but a business man. When the governor's prized stallion is slaughtered, and more slaughter occurs, the town becomes fearful of devil worship and there's talk of a ...
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The Dutchman's Dilemma

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Overview

It's 1675, 11 years have passed since New Amsterdam became New-York and Pieter Tonneman as sheriff brought a murderer to justice and fell in love with the Jewish widow Racqel Mendoza. The marriage has made Racqel an outcast in the small Jewish community. If only Tonneman would convert, she might be once more accepted. Tonneman is no longer sheriff, but a business man. When the governor's prized stallion is slaughtered, and more slaughter occurs, the town becomes fearful of devil worship and there's talk of a Jewish conspiracy. Whispers begin that Racqel is a witch, and Tonneman knows he must find the killer before it's too late.
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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
The husband-and-wife team of Martin and Ann Meyers continues to vitalize a colorful and energetic urban colonial setting.
Midwest Book Review
Maan Meyers combines an historians' flair for detail with a writer's creative imagination. The Dutchman's Dilemma is a terrific read!
Booklist
Superb historical detail, a clever plot, careful descriptions of the dialogue, dress, and customs of the times, and an easy-to-like hero make the Meyers' latest installment in the Tonneman saga a surefire winner, especially among fans of the historical mystery.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015904550
  • Publisher: Martin Meyers and Annette Meyers
  • Publication date: 11/3/2012
  • Series: The Dutchman Chronicles , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,232,863
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Maan Meyers is the pseudonym of husband-and-wife writing team Martin and Annette Meyers. Annette Meyers is the author of eight Smith and Wetzon mysteries, two Olivia Brown 1920s Greenwich Village mysteries, and the stand-alone novel Repentances. Martin Meyers is the author of five books in the Patrick Hardy series. Together they have written seven historical mystery novels and numerous short stories in what has come to be called The Dutchman Chronicles, a series set in New York in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries.
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