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The Great Gaston Murder

(The sixth book in the Penelope Banks Murder Mystery series)
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A glitzy party to end the summer with a bang…that ends with an even bigger bang.

New York 1925

It’s Penelope “Pen” Banks’s twenty-fifth birthday and she is throwing a summer party that would leave even Gatsby himself in awe.

Upon arriving early to the Long Island mansion where it’s to be held, she discovers a young, handsome artist has taken up residence in one of the cottages on the property. There are secrets and suspicions surrounding James Gaston’s arrival, including the nearby murder of a maid from another estate across the bay.

Still, there’s something about the young man that encourages Pen to help him in his endeavor to win back his long-lost love, most notably his mysterious relationship with the original owner of the Long Island home, Agnes Sterling.

Amid love triangles, bitter rivalries, class warfare, and cryptic relationships, another murder occurs the night of Pen’s party. Now, with the help of Detective Richard Prescott, she must discover the true motives behind each murder in order to find justice for the dead.

The Great Gaston Murder is the sixth book in the Penelope Banks Murder Mysteries series set in 1920s New York. The enjoyment of a historical mystery combined with the excitement, daring, and danger of New York during Prohibition and the Jazz Age.

Genre: Cozy Mystery

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