MURDER IN NICE won Silver in the 2015 Florida Publishers Contest for Best Mysteries!!

Murder in Nice is the 6th  Maggie Newberry Mystery! Available here and guaranteed to have you flipping pages and guessing until the very last flip!

 The French Riviera is the ultimate travel destination …unless MURDER is on the itinerary!

When Lanie Morrison—an old high school friend of Maggie’s—is murdered on the Côte d’Azur while auditioning for the hit TV travel show “Americans See Europe,” Maggie is forced to break away from village life and brand-new motherhood to find her killer.

 

 She soon learns that before she can discover who murdered Lanie, Maggie will need to uncover the terrible secret that was literally the death of her friend. When she does, Maggie learns the hard way that some things were better left unknown.

 

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READ WHAT READERS ARE SAYING ABOUT MURDER IN NICE:

5 Stars!

I have read all the books in this series and enjoyed them all. My favorite genre to read is Mysteries and The Maggie Newberry Mystery series and certainly satisfied me. In fact while I wouldn’t necessarily call this series “cozy” once you get to know the characters you become attached to the main ones. Specifically with this book I could not figure out the antagonist until the very end. There were a lot of red herrings which made the story that much more interesting! I would definitely recommend this book to other mystery lovers. I will be looking forward to the next book in the series, just not patiently.

5 Stars!

Good suspense and fun story! This is a fun, quick read. Great to lighten your mood, good suspense and some occasional thought provoking moments in the main character’s life.

5 Stars!

Murder in Nice is another fun read about Maggie in France. I’ve been reading the series out of order, but can follow the story easily. The characters are easy to sympathize with and Maggie’s complications continue to surprise. Fun to read. It makes you feel like it’s summer with the descriptions of the vineyard in the sun.

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