Category: Book Tour

A Study In Shifters by Majan..

A Study In ShiftersMajanka Verstraete(The Adventures of Marisol Holmes, #1)Publication date: June 26th 2018Genres: Paranormal, Young Adult Seventeen-year-old Marisol Holmes may be the great-great-great granddaughter of Sherlock Holmes, but it’s hard to live up to the family name when only one mistake can spell your downfall. After trusting the wrong guy in a case gone […]

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Posted July 3, 2018

Yesterday’s News by R...

Yesterday’s News by R.G. Belsky on Tour June 1-30, 2018 Synopsis: A classic cold case reopened—along with Pandora’s box When eleven-year-old Lucy Devlin disappeared on her way to school more than a decade ago, it became one of the most famous missing child cases in history. The story turned reporter Clare Carlson into a media […]

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Posted June 30, 2018

Shadow Dancing by Julie Mulh..

Shadow Dancing by Julie Mulhern The Country Club Murders #7 Henery Press • June 19, 2018 Visiting a psychic is outside the norm for Ellison Russell. Finding bodies is not. Unfortunately, the psychic’s crystal ball says she’ll soon be surrounded by death. Again. Drat. Now there’s a corpse in the front drive, a witchy neighbor […]

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Posted June 30, 2018

Bad Time To Be In It by Davi..

Bad Time To Be In It by David Burnsworth A Blu Carraway Mystery Book 2 Henery Press • July 10, 2018 The past is never past. Sometimes it repeats itself. And sometimes it comes back to pay a visit. Blu Carraway, flush with cash and back in business, never had it so good. Or so […]

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Posted June 29, 2018

In the Grip Of It by Sheena ..

In the Grip Of It by Sheena Kamal on Tour June 1 – June 30, 2018 Synopsis: On a surveillance assignment for a child custody case, PI-in-training Nora Watts finds herself ensconced in a small farming community on a beautiful hippie island in the Pacific Northwest, a place with a reputation for being welcoming to […]

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Posted June 28, 2018
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Poison by Punctuation by Kel..

Poison by Punctuation by Kelley Kaye Chalkboard Outlines #2 Red Adept Publishing • April 24, 2018 High school teacher Emma Lovett is finally recovering from her first year of teaching when she discovers another dead body. As if that wasn’t bad enough, this time, someone has killed a student, Kisten Hollis. Emma and her best […]

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Posted June 23, 2018
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As the Christmas Cookie Crum..

As the Christmas Cookie Crumbles by Leslie Budewitz A Food Lovers’ Village Mystery #5 Midnight Ink • June 8, 2018 Erin is one smart cookie, but can she keep the holiday spirit—and herself—alive till Christmas? In Jewel Bay, all is merry and bright. At Murphy’s Mercantile, AKA the Merc, manager Erin Murphy is ringing in […]

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Posted June 20, 2018

The Spook in the Stacks by E..

The Spook in the Stacks by Eva Gates A Lighthouse Library Mystery #4 Crooked Lane Books • June 12, 2018 Halloween in North Carolina’s Outer Banks becomes seriously tricky when librarian Lucy Richardson stumbles across something extra unusual in the rare books section: a dead body. Wealthy businessman Jay Ruddle is considering donating his extensive […]

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Posted June 16, 2018
Dangerous Places by Susan Hunter – Review and Giveaway

Dangerous Places by Susan Hu..

My Thoughts Dangerous Places by Susan Hunter is the third book in the Leah Nash mystery series. Leah is a former reporter turned true-crime writer. She’s just coming off a book tour for her first book when a childhood friend asks her to help clear her brother in the unsolved disappearance of his high school […]

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Posted June 15, 2018
Confessions of a Red Herring by Dana Dratch

Confessions of a Red Herring..

Character Interview with Alex Vlodnachek 1) Alex, what made you want to be a reporter? Well, I’m kind of nosy. So the idea of being able to ask questions for a living was appealing. I also felt like it was a way to contribute and make the world a little better. Plus, have you ever […]

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Posted June 9, 2018