The sixth book of the De Cenza Murder Mysteries takes you on a whirlwind adventure that begins with a nightmare set in the Colosseum in Rome. Ron De Cenza has actually proposed to Susan Liguri and are about to embark on an expedition with their friends back in the United States. Under the direction of Professor Pettigrew if Oxford University in Britain they will seek to prove once and for al whether or not the Legendary Tale of Joseph Bonaparte is true. Did he as King of Spain with the Crown jewels when his Brother Napoleon was defeated? Did he create the estste of Point Breeze in Bordentown New Jersey with those stolen jewels? Was his lake house on Lake Bonaparte in upstate New York built from the sale oc tjose jewels? What happened to those jewels which have never been found? Join Ron in Sherlock mode with his best friend as his Watson and become part of the adventure. Be with them and thei friends as they dtumnle over murder victims. Get caught up in combat with others who also seek the Bonaparte Jewels. Then lrt yoursrlf be pulled into a tale of love with the important question of will there be a wedding?
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I am the author of ten fiction books based on Celtic and Italian legends, Renaissance mysteries and history and a new murder mystery series. The PG 13 books are Journey of Three Pure Hearts and its sequels Pure and Tarnished Hearts, and Torn and United Hearts, Il Divino Michelangelo,The Brooch,The Stone Cutter Genius, Murder in the Abbey. Family Friendly books are The Shamrock Crown (Legend of Excalibur) and Papa and the Leprechaun King. My children's Christmas themed book is titled: Papa and the Gingerbread man. I have two screenplay versions on amazonstudios.com (The Shamrock Crown and The Leprechaun King) and have recently completed screenplay versions for my other novels. "Murder in the Abbey" the first of the new De Cenza Murder Mystery Series will be coming soon to Barnes and Noble and Amazon/Kindle. I served in the field of education for many years before embarking on a writing career. I am married to Donna and we have five children and seven grandchildren. web site: www.arthurcolabooks.com View all posts by arthurcola