Murder/Mystery/Suspense "His little sister died—an unspeakable tragedy he could have prevented. Evan Wentworth, a grief-stricken cop from El Dorado Hills, California, changes careers and becomes a highly successful Jackson Pollock-like artist for falls in love with Aurora Banfield, his patron and owner of an elite Tribeca art gallery. Soon to graduate from Parson's School of Design in New York, Evan vacations in St.-Paul-de-Vence, where he meets Danielle DuBois, the daughter of the owner of Gaspard Yachting, one of the largest charter yachting companies in the Riviera.
Evan hopes to unravel his sister's cold case, but becomes embroiled in solving another murder, risks everything and unwittingly puts her famly in danger
Through lavender fields, to the ancient ramparts of St.-Paul, to multi-million dollar yachts on the Cote d'Azur, Dangerous Duplicity reminds readers why murder, justice and the search for redemption can have dire consequences.
About Sherry Joyce (Silicon Valley, California Author)
Former Silicon Valley world-wide Vice President of Human Resources, local author Sherry Joyce has published two successful romantic suspense novels, The Dordogne Deception and Dangerous Duplicity released in 2017. Two of her short stories were published by Northern California Publishers and Authors "Our Dance With Words—A Collection of Fine Writing", and Capitol Crimes Anthology published her story, Murder By Conclusion. A Board Director of the El Dorado Arts Council, she enthusiastically supports the creative arts in El Dorado County. A graduate of Bryant Stratton College, she completed her interior design education from Canada College, owns SJ Designs Interiors with award-winning projects in Gentry Magazine, California Home and Design and a university textbook. She is a guest feature writer for The Hills Living magazine.
She is a member of California Writers Club/Sacramento, San Francisco Women's National Book Association, Sister in Crime/Sacramento, Romance Writers of America and Northern California Publishers and Authors.
A frequent panelist, panel moderator and guest speaker, Sherry's contemporary romantic suspense novels delicately balance themes of love, grief, danger, loss and survival. Her characters are flawed, human and seek justice, making readers turn pages in some of the most romantic settings in the world. Partial proceeds from her sales go to St. Jude's Hospital and The Cystic Fibrosis Association.