A cop who hates you, a hurricane, or your big sister … which would you rather spend time with?
PI Sydney Brennan’s vacation with her estranged sister in Winterport, Florida, is cut short when her brother-in-law becomes a murder suspect. With a hurricane bearing down on central Florida, it’s up to Sydney to figure out what the man’s gotten himself into and track him down before the authorities—or someone far worse—beats her to it.
No Safe Winterport is a novella featuring the Florida private investigator with a knack for getting into trouble who doesn't know when to quit. Sue Grafton fans who've run out of alphabet, search no more. If you're looking for a PI Mystery with believable characters and "just enough humor to offset the dark," click to download and read No Safe Winterport today!
The Sydney Brennan Mysteries alternate between novels and novellas. The books stand alone, but each of Sydney’s adventures builds upon previous ones. The reading order is:
1) Back to Lazarus: A Sydney Brennan Novel
2) Secrets in Stockbridge: A Sydney Brennan Novella
3) The Perils of Panacea: A Sydney Brennan Novel
4) No Safe Winterport: A Sydney Brennan Novella
5) Braving the Boneyard: A Sydney Brennan Novel
6) River Bound: A Sydney Brennan Novella
7) Grave Truth: A Sydney Brennan Novel
FROM THE BACK COVER:
Spending a week with her estranged sister in Winterport, Florida, isn’t exactly Sydney Brennan’s idea of a vacation. The Tallahassee private investigator anticipates seven days of intense dysfunction, leavened only by moments of painful boredom. Instead, the two women are caught up in a violent crime, and the brother-in-law Sydney has never met remains strangely absent, leading the local sheriff to suspect him of murder. Meanwhile, Sydney's sister just can’t let family history lie, even with a hurricane bearing down on central Florida.
Vacation or not, it’s up to Sydney to figure out what her brother-in-law has gotten himself into and track him down. Because without Sydney’s help, he really does have No Safe Winterport in a storm.