Tidelow Press
            Naples, Florida
                  Don't forget: "The Vanishing A-list"
             Diane Ketcham's first novel.This is the sequel!

                        TIDELOW PRESS PRESENTS  

    "Naples: Paradise Can
             Be Deadly

                    A novel by
         Diane Ketcham
ward-winning former columnist for 
                  The New York Times

    The murder of a beautiful teenager has the resort town of Naples, Florida in an uproar. Was it politics or teenage dark secrets that killed Cara Wicklow, the daughter of the County Commission Chairman?

   Investigating is Jazz Billings, a transplanted New York reporter now  living in paradise. While researching the elite private school for girls that Cara attended, Jazz discovers a secret sorority and its dangerous initiation. There's trouble in paradise for Jazz, and for her loveable Lab, Willie, who finds forbidden romance on Southwest Florida's Dog Beach.


 "In 'Naples: Paradise Can Be Deadly,' former reporter Diane Ketcham throws off the restraints of the news format and allows her wicked imagination to roam. She puts on an explosive sky show of drama, painted with sly humor, an eye  for devastating detail and penetrating insight." 
              Stu Bykofsky, Philadelphia Daily News

      "This book is an absolute delight to read. Ms. Ketcham rivets the reader..."
      Maggie Gust, Coastal Breeze News -- 
#### More on Reviews page ####

And for "The Vanishing A-list"
( Available on Kindle, and Kindle for Ipad)

   "Pure escape --A perfect book for the beach or the plane." 
                        Mike Harden, Columbus Dispatch
"A whodunit weird enough to keep a veteran crime reporter up all night. 
What fun!
"           Andrea Peyser, New York Post

"The A-list" won two national awards including a silver medal for

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             To write the author, Diane Ketcham, email: author@TidelowPress.com
: As the Long Island Columnist for The New York Times,  Diane Ketcham wrote about the Hamptons and the celebrities who lived there. Prior to her award-winning work for The Times, she was press secretary and chief of staff for a New York Congressman. Her two careers combined in her first novel "The Vanishing A-list." This is the sequel

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