Where to buy the book

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The novel everyone is talking about is about to be released.

The novel everyone is talking about …

Now available at Amazon.com  

                   Excerpts from reader reviews:   Also at Barnes and Noble.
Remaining in Provincetown, June 12, 2013
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I originally bought this book because I have been to Provincetown a few times. It was entertaining and kept me interested. I’m pretty good at guessing “who done it” but this one took me closer to the end of the book. Very enjoyable read.

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This review is from: Remaining in Provincetown: a novel (Paperback)

This was an amazing book! I really enjoyed it and I recommend it for anyone looking for a good read!

This review is from: Remaining in Provincetown: a novel (Paperback)

This is a good book. It changed the way I perceive the world. I highly recommend:)I even bought a few extra copies as gifts for my friends.

A Fun Read, April 9, 2013
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 P.C.
This review is from: Remaining in Provincetown: a novel (Paperback)

Provincetown is one of my favorite places to visit so when I saw the name in the title of this I had to read it. I was not disappointed. Finally an author has been able to successfully capture the flavor of that quirky town on the end of Cape Cod and do it well. I laughed and chuckled as I tried to solve mystery of who exactly killed “native son” Sonny Carreiro. There were plenty of likeable characters and plenty of petty villains who got their just desserts. Although the time period is in the 1990s the economic issues are very similar to the challenges businesses face today, especially in a tourist resort. There’s a lot of good descriptions of the restaurant and newspaper business that I enjoyed and thus I’d heartily recommend this book. It’s entertaining and that’s what I look for when I read a mystery.

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One thought on “Where to buy the book

  1. Provincetown Artists on the beach at low tide – remaininginprovincetown

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