The murder of prominent native and real estate mogul, Sonny Carreiro, sets the entire town on edge, because whether you are a world-famous chef, sculptor, psychic, or club owner, the thought of a killer on the loose is unnerving. Caught in the center of it all is publisher/editor Roz Silva, who sees the event as an opportunity to save her struggling paper if she can be the first one to solve the mystery. But there are other town residents who'd just as soon see her fail because they've got plans of their own. Within one week's time, an unlikely series of events unfold.
Delving into the psyche of the colorful year-round population of native Portuguese, retirees, artists, and free spirits; Remaining in Provincetown is a witty and masterful tale populated with memorable characters you'll find hard to resist
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I confess, I bought the book because it has Provincetown in the name and I was happy I took a chance and did. The author did a great job of capturing all the town’s eccentricities, which made this book an enjoyable read. It would make quite a movie. The setting is an integral part of the plot of this funky murder mystery, which will have you guessing all the way to the end and chuckling while you read. A good book for the beach or the plane, it will transport you into the thick of small town life. I have not idea who S.N. Cook is and I suspect it’s a pen name, but I’m looking forward to a sequel.