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Seas the Day

Seas the Day

by Maggie Toussaint

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Overview

Caterer River Holloway cooks like a dream and is known on Shell Island as a "finder" of things. Which is why a desperate mother begs River to track down her grown son, Chili Bolz, who's vanished.

Deputy Lance Hamlyn can't find the missing man, so he teams up with River. The missing person case boils over into something frightening when Chili's mother falls victim to a brutal assault. Worse, her dying words incriminate River's friends in both kidnapping and, now, murder. River soon finds herself caught in an unsavory recipe for disaster.

Despite catering events and the return of her absentee boyfriend, River finds the number of suspects growing longer than her food shopping list. Along the way she befriends a black cat who becomes her crime-solving partner. River must locate Chili and discover who killed his mother before her own goose is quite literally cooked.

Maggie Toussaint serves up a fun and captivating read in Seas the Day, the first in her Seafood Capers series.

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SEAS THE DAY by Maggie Toussaint | A Henery Press Mystery. If you like one, you'll probably like them all.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162885085
Publisher: Henery Press
Publication date: 04/21/2020
Series: A Seafood Capers Mystery , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 946 KB

About the Author

Southern author Maggie Toussaint evolved into a mystery author after getting her feet damp in romantic suspense and dystopian fiction, with twenty fiction novels and two nonfiction novels to her credit. A three-time finalist for Georgia Author of the Year, her work won three Silver Falchions, the Readers’ Choice, and the EPIC Awards. She’s past president of Southeast chapter of Mystery Writers of America and an officer of Lowcountry Sisters In Crime. She lives in coastal Georgia, where secrets, heritage, and ancient oaks cast long shadows. Visit her at maggietoussaint.com.