Beside Still Waters: A Chautauqua Murder Mystery

By Deb Pines



Mimi Goldman is back-on a missing-persons case that becomes the third page-turning Chautauqua murder mystery novel from award-winning New York Post headline writer Deb Pines. This time, the lovable Chautauquan Daily reporter, NYC expat and single mom is asked to find Jenny Van Alstine, a beautiful feminist artist, who has disappeared from Chautauqua. Instead, Mimi finds a surprising number of Jenn-emies: haters, lovers, secret-keepers-and one killer determined to stop Mimi before she stops them. BESIDE STILL WATERS, the 2017 addition to an Agatha Christie-like mystery series, offers page-turning suspense. Romance. And the unforgettable setting of Chautauqua, NY, a quirky churchy historic lakeside summer arts community that in 1874 launched an adult-education movement Teddy Roosevelt called the "most American thing in America." Praise for Pines' debut 2013 IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH: "If you enjoy an old-fashioned whodunit, it's perfect." Jamestown (N.Y.) Post-Journal Praise for Pines' 2015 DELIVER US FROM EVIL: "An enjoyable, agreeably paced reading experience with solid character development and numerous plot twists" from a "mystery author whose pleasure in her characters remains evident and welcome." Kirkus Reviews

Product Details

Price: $18.95
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Published Date: June 15, 2017
Pages: 292
Dimensions: 6.0 X 0.66 X 9.0 inches | 0.95 pounds
ISBN: 9781545446768

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About the Author

Deb Pines is an award-winning headline writer and copy editor for The New York Post. A former reporter, she's the author of three novels in the Agatha Christie-like Mimi Goldman Chautauqua mystery series. She is also a mother of two, a Chautauquan by marriage and a former committee chair of the Mystery Writers of America, New York Chapter. Her debut 2013 Mimi Goldman mystery, In the Shadow of Death, is a top-seller in the Chautauqua Institution where it's set. She lives in New York City with her husband Dave.