Character Name: Marquetta Weiss1) Tell us a little bit about yourself--both something we learn from [the story] and something that readers might not guess? Oh gosh, I don’t see what all the fuss is about. I’m just the cook at the Seaside Cove Bed & Breakfast. Of course, I will be marrying the owner, Rick Atwood soon. And I have actually done a little sleuthing with Rick’s eleven-year-old daughter Alex. She wants me to help her again in this book, but I’m putting my foot down. It’s just too dangerous this time. As for what readers might not guess, I have no idea because my author has made my life an open book (not that it was my choice. I was perfectly happy before he came along!)
About Lies, Spies, and the Baker’s Surprise
Rick Atwood is happy to welcome Henry and Tara Nicholas to his Seaside Cove Bed & Breakfast. Henry owns a bakery and Tara, a bookstore. They seem like a nice couple—until Rick’s daughter Alex overhears Henry talking on his cellphone to his real wife. The situation blows up the following morning when Tara discovers Henry has been lying to her—thanks in part to Alex’s interference. Tara disrupts the entire breakfast service. She then demands Rick evict Henry.
After finding Henry a room at the town’s motel, Rick hopes the drama is over. But when Henry is found dead the following morning, Rick feels partially responsible. He and Chief of Police Adam Cunningham launch an official murder investigation. They quickly find multiple witnesses who saw Tara in Henry’s room at the time of the murder.
Alex, convinced Tara is innocent, launches her own undercover investigation. Her discovery puts her in a deadly showdown with a sociopath on a bluff near the Seaside Cove Lighthouse. What happens on the bluff could make or break the official murder investigation.
About Terry Ambrose
Once upon a time, in a life he’d rather forget, Terry Ambrose, tracked down deadbeats for a living. He also hired big guys with tow trucks to steal cars—but only when negotiations failed. Those years of chasing deadbeats taught him many valuable life lessons such as—always keep your car in the garage.
Terry has written eighteen books, several of which have been award finalists. In 2014, his thriller, “Con Game,” won the San Diego Book Awards for Best Action-Thriller. His series include the Trouble in Paradise McKenna Mysteries, the Seaside Cove Bed & Breakfast Mysteries, and the License to Lie thriller series.You can learn more about Terry and his writing at terryambrose.com.
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