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Having recently inherited ten million dollars from her French Grand-mère, Marie-Christine "Chrissy" Medici is enjoying the sun-drenched beaches and culinary delights of the French Riviera. Prompted by her Grand-mere, Chrissy takes the plunge into her dreamed-of literary career by purchasing Le Loup Garou, a small newspaper in Grasse. But her journalistic profession-and her very life are threatened to be cut short when the newspaper's former editor is found in his sitting room, shot dead. With the help of her sharp-witted Grand-mère, and the soft-spoken, impeccable Sister Angela from Cape Cod, Chrissy sets out to unravel the baffling chain of events that led up to the crime. But human emotions, envy, greed, the pain of lost love, cast suspicion on almost everyone involved. Can this trio of women outwit a deceptive and dangerous killer lurking in their very midst?
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About the Author
Mary-Jane Deeb is a mystery writer who has authored a number of novels including Cocktails and Murder on the Potomac (2000), Murder on the Riviera (2004), A Christmas Mystery in Provence (2004), and Death of a Harlequin (2012). She also works at the Library of Congress, where she is Chief of the African and Middle Eastern Division. Deeb holds a doctorate from the Johns Hopkins University in International Relations and has published several non-fiction books as well. She has traveled all over the globe, but has set her last three mysteries in the South of France because she loves the food, the culture, the weather and the traditions of that region world.