Provincetown’s Commercial Street is unpaved and the sidewalks are made of wood, but the houses look very much the same as they do today. in this antique postcard printed 100 years ago.
Every town has its East End and West End and Provincetown, with its long and narrow in configuration, is no different. The East End on the waterside has traditionally been populated with seasonal summer residents. Famous artists like Robert Motherwell and Helen Frankenthaler constructed a grand residence on the East End waterfront, but others of more modest means stayed in historic Cape Cod cottages. Empty lots are few and far between, when waterfront land is so valuable, but take a walk at the start of town, at the point where Commercial Street and Bradford Street divide, and see many beautiful old homes, primarily built in the beginning of the 20th century. What kinds of houses do the characters in Remaining in Provincetown live in? Real estate speculation has played a major role in Cape Cod’s economic development and where there is money to be made there is often graft and corruption. Could that kind of corruption lead to murder? You’ll have to read the book to find out. Now available at Amazon in trade paperback or on kindle as an ebook. Like us on Facebook and be entered to win a FREE book and thank you for all the positive feedback