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Friday, November 27, 2020

Blog Tour, Review, & Giveaway for On Deadly Tides by Elizabeth J. Duncan

On Deadly Tides: 

A Penny Brannigan Mystery

  by Elizabeth J. Duncan

About On Deadly Tides


Cozy Mystery 11th in Series  
Publisher: Crooked Lane Books (November 10, 2020)  
237 pages 
 ISBN-10: 1643854682
  ISBN-13: 978-1643854687  
Kindle ASIN: B084V85BT8 

With a picturesque black and white lighthouse, pebble beaches and stunning views of sea and mountains, the island of Anglesey off the coast of North Wales is the perfect place for an idyllic mid-summer painting holiday.

And watercolour artist, businesswoman, and amateur sleuth Penny Brannigan is enjoying the retreat enormously - until she discovers the body of a New Zealand journalist on a secluded beach just as the tide is going out, threatening to take the body with it.

The post mortem reveals the victim died from injuries "consistent with a fall from a great height," and the death is ruled accidental. But Penny thinks there's more to the story. Curious how the victim came to such an untimely end at this most inhospitable spot, she uncovers a link to a mysterious disappearance several years earlier. 

And as her holiday romance with a wildlife photographer turns to love, she learns some truths about herself, too, that surprise her.

As the winds of change blow through Penny's own life, she sets sail on a friendly tide for a future she never dreamed possible, in a beautiful place she never imagined.

*I received a free copy of this book which I voluntarily chose to write an honest review for.

Penny gets a treat this time. She travels with a friend to enjoy a painting weekend which starts with a bang during drinks at the bar. The next morning they excitedly go to the lighthouse to paint only to find a dead body down on the beach. Penny recognizes a girl she met the night before from New Zealand who made quite the impression. It looks like an accident but she isn't sure so of course she starts nosing around. The weekend holds more though as she meets a photographer she feels a connection with so she stays a little longer. As there romance develops so does the intrigue as the story unfolds from clue to clue. It all comes together making for a great trip to the British world of history mixed with interesting characters that will keep you hooked as the mystery unfolds. Truly a delightful adventure with a heart warming ending. Sure to delight fans of cozy mysteries. I really liked it so I give it 4/5 stars.

About Elizabeth J. Duncan

A two-time winner of the Bloody Words (Bony Blithe) Award for Canada’s best light mystery, Elizabeth J. Duncan is the author of two series: the Penny Brannigan mysteries set in North Wales and Shakespeare in the Catskills featuring costume designer Charlotte Fairfax. A former journalist, public relations practioner, and college professor, Elizabeth is a faculty member of the Humber School for Writers. She divides her time between Toronto, Canada and Llandudno, North Wales.

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Twitter: @elizabethduncan 
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1 comment:

  1. Love the cover! I really enjoyed the description of the book and I'm looking forward to reading it.