Intrigue in Paris by Vee Williams Garcia

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"Bluesette “Blue” Stills, a magazine editor from Washington, DC, arrives at her sassy jazz singer friend Nareen Anderson’s apartment in Paris, France, ready to start her vacation. But shock and disappointment grip her when Nareen acts strange and suddenly vanishes! Blue enlists the help of another friend in Paris, Eddie Proctor, a tour guide. Eddie sticks with Blue through a police investigation into Nareen’s disappearance; while keeping his tour groups on schedule. With Nareen’s disappearance and the adventures of Eddie’s tour groups, Blue and Eddie are caught up in tension, romance, crime and passion on both sides of the Seine River.

Improvising their way through surprising and dangerous situations, the characters in INTRIGUE IN PARIS drive this story steadily towards an exciting resolution."

About Vee Williams Garcia

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Vee Williams Garcia was born and reared in Washington, DC. She was educated in public schools and at the University of the District of Columbia; where she majored in English. Garcia completed additional studies in English and Literature at the University of South Florida, in Tampa. From 1994 '96, Vee Garcia taught poetry at the East Tampa Horizon School in Tampa, Florida. During the next ten years, she wrote and had poetry, feature articles, short stories, and novels published. Her published novels are: Whatever It Takes, Forbidden Circles, and The Jazz Flower. From Drums to Harp: the Story of Drummer and Harpist Robert M. Garcia is Vee Williams Garcia's first book of non-fiction. Vee Garcia resides in the United States of America, and divides her time between Florida, Washington, DC, and Maryland. She is currently working on her next book. For further information, please visit
Published February 6, 2012 by iUniverse. 144 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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