A young girl, a beautiful necklace, and a silver slipper
After misadventures in Amsterdam and Paris, Julia promises her sister Carly a girls-only vacation in the Caribbean with “no detecting allowed.”
That changes when they find a young girl on an isolated beach.
Throw in a beautiful island, handsome pirate actors, a little island magic and…Voilà!…a formula for a mystery.
From reviewer Matt Pechey:
“Peterson mixes an easily digested story with some dazzling settings to provide the reader with something intriguing that is sure to keep them flipping pages. Everything flows well and the end result is a cozy mystery that has just enough spice to keep things interesting.”
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PJ Peterson’s first dream was to grow up to be a doctor. She did that and practiced Internal medicine for 37 years.
Her second dream was to write and publish mysteries, starting with BLIND FISH DON’T TALK.
She’s now up to the FIFTH book, with the release of SILENT SLIPPER.
PJ’s passions, when she’s not writing, are health care and education. She donates time to the local free medical clinic as often as she can. She is proud to be one of the “three crazy ladies” who found a way to start a Catholic High School in Vancouver, Washington (with the help of several villages).
Blind Fish Don't Talk
Rembrandt Rides A Bike
PJ Peterson succeeds yet again with one of her novels, without needing a complex storyline to keep the reader enthused.
- Matt Pechey
ALL THAT JAZZ
Here’s a new short story “Whodunit” featuring Dr. Julia Fairchild and her sister Carly Pedersen.
They’ve been invited to New York City to help investigate the death of a young jazz dancer. Her friend, an old college chum of Julia’s, is frightened because she has received a threatening message.
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