High Tide: (A Paranormal Amateur Sleuth Mystery)

High Tide: (A Paranormal Amateur Sleuth Mystery)

by S. E. Biglow

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Overview

Do dead men really tell no tales?

Darcy Ingram's time in supernaturally-tinged Brookhaven has been anything but idyllic. A day cruise to see the local sights sounds like just the break she needs but when passengers begin mysteriously disappearing, only to wash up on shore dead, she finds herself tangled up in another mystery. And when signs point to a link to a missing person, Darcy will use all of her magical skills to find the truth.


Coming in August of 2022, HIGH TIDE is the second novel in the Brookhaven Cozy Mystery series. Get ready to sprinkle some magic into your mystery.


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940161144763
Publisher: Biglow Mystery Reads
Publication date: 08/01/2022
Series: Brookhaven Cozy Mysteries , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 342,007

About the Author

S.E. Biglow is the penname of USA Today Bestselling author Sarah Biglow. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband and son. She is a licensed attorney and spends her days combating employment discrimination as an Investigator with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.



She is a self-professed TV junkie and in her spare time (what’s that?), she runs a TV recap blog with her best friend (and sorority sister), Jen. Sarah currently enjoys an array of TV shows including (but definitely not limited to) This Is Us, The Good Doctor, Doctor Who, Lucifer and any show with Chicago in the title by Dick Wolf.



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