All three books in the series are also available as e-books at Belgrave House and the Kindle and Apple stores in all the popular formats.
In MURDER AT SPOUTERS POINT, the grisly murder of a visiting yachtsman, allegedly by a local Indian, shakes a New England seacoast town and severely tests the loyalties of a white woman and her Native lover.
When Miranda Lewis, a workaholic writer of books about American history, and her boyfriend, Nate Barnes, a hot-tempered former American Indian Movement activist, visit friends—hers at the Spouters Point Maritime Museum, and his at a nearby Native-owned gambling casino—they know it’s not going to be smooth sailing. But neither anticipates the storm that’s about to break when Miranda’s friend’s yachtsman fiancé is brutally murdered, and Nate’s casino friend is the leading suspect. Miranda’s quest for the truth not only puts her at odds with Nate, but with her own friends when her friend’s brother emerges as a suspect. It also leads her to a life-and-death struggle with a crazed killer.
Praise for MURDER AT SPOUTERS POINT:
“Romance, danger, a dash of history—Leslie Wheeler’s MURDER AT SPOUTERS POINT blends Native American culture, seafaring, and a gutsy heroine into a modern New England mystery with intelligence and heart.”
“Against a backdrop of cultural clashes and American history, Wheeler’s intelligent, loyal, and wonderfully human protagonist fights for love and fairness, while trying to curb her impulsive and curious nature.”
“In her tautly crafted and well-paced book, Leslie Wheeler takes us into the unfamiliar world of Indian-run casinos, and shows us that some of the casino patrons aren’t all that they appear to be.”