A Shoot on Martha's Vineyard
A Martha's Vineyard MysteryBook - 1998
J. W. Jackson has much to be thankful for this particular August: the early arrival of bluefish, certainly, but also beautiful wife Zee and an addition to their family, three-month-old Joshua, who screams loudly and looks like a cross between Edward G. Robinson and Winston Churchill.
Life is good, except for the intrusion of several outsiders from "America." First comes Drew Mondry, in from California to scout for locations for the upcoming Hollywood epic "The Treasure Hunters". Mondry likes what he sees, and he especially likes Zee. She may be a happily married new mother but she's also a devastatingly beautiful woman who might do well on the large screen. But is it Zee's potential as an actress or her other attributes that really interests Mondry? J.W. tries not to play the jealous husband role, but it's a part that comes all-too-naturally.
Perhaps it's just as well that a distraction arrives in the person of one Lawrence Ingalls,