A WEEKEND MYSTERY
Just published is the third mystery in the Will and Betsy Black adventure series!
A perfect weekend read that you can instantly download for $3.99 …
“From the opening moments in their latest action adventure, when a Coast Guard drug interdiction goes horribly awry, David and Nancy Beckwith have done it again. It’s showtime in the Keys after drugs worth $500 million sink to the bottom of the straits and Will and Betsy Black swing into action. By cannily weaving cunning suspense with a setting the authors know deeply well, A Narcotics Conspiracy brings the Florida Keys to breathtaking life, unveiling the true character of a place and a people renowned for mixing great wealth with wild play.”
- Mark Howell, author of Like a Rolling Stone.
In this third adventure Will and Betsy Black, those crime-solving financial whizzes find themselves curious when Geoffrey Oliver Watson III is found dead on his boat near Key West. And then a 50-foot go-fast cigarette boat nearly rams a Coast Guard cutter, raising more questions. The answer is drug smuggling. Can the husband-and-wife sleuths thwart the local drug lords?
Yes. And you’ll enjoy reading along as they do it.
“A charming crime-solving couple,” says H.L. Osterman, author of Short Changed. “A perfect weekend read,” adds William R. Burkett, Jr., author of the Rainy City mystery series.
The good news? You can start reading A Narcotic Conspiracy within the next 30 seconds. To instantly download the ebook edition simply click on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, KoboBooks, or Apple iBooks — or you can purchase the 6″ x 9″ trade paperback by clicking here.
Only $3.99 for the electronic edition; $14.95 for the traditional paper version. Less than the cost of a coffee and croissant.
And if you haven’t read the first two books in this entertaining series — A Hurricane Conspiracy and A Calculating Conspiracy — you can easily add them to the list.
David Beckwith is a third-generation native of Greenville, Mississippi, with a BBA and an MBA from Ole Miss. David spent 40 years in the securities business, the first half of his career with Bache & Co. and its successors, the second half with Morgan Stanley. David’s wife Nancy earned a doctorate in finance and was the largest commercial lender and underwriter for Florida National Bank/1st Union/Wachovia, a member of their President’s Club, and a board member. David and Nancy started writing the Will and Betsy Black Adventure Series in 2010. Their unique hook was that — like the books’ protagonists — the authors were also a happily married couple. After moving to Key West, the Beckwiths were tapped to write a book review column for the Key West Citizen, which David continues to produce on a weekly basis.
David and Nancy Beckwith with author Robert B. Parker