Caught Up In It by David Burnsworth – Spotlight & Giveaway

Posted May 22, 2019 by Brooke in Book Giveaway, Book Spotlight / 3 Comments

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by David Burnsworth

Caught Up In It by David Burnsworth
A Blu Carraway Mystery #3
Henery Press | April 23, 2019

The award-winning diva, C, has got a big problem: someone wants her dead. A team of mercenaries attempts to gun her down in Kuala Lumpur. Lucky for her, Lowcountry Private Investigator, Blu Carraway, is already on the job there for a different client.

Double-lucky for C, they make their move when she’s chit-chatting with him in a bar. Unlucky for the mercenaries, four of them end up dead.

The hunt is on now for the mega-pop star. Where does she go to hide out? The sleepy islands around Charleston, South Carolina—Blu’s backyard. He’s already proven himself once, so C hires the Blu Carraway Investigation Agency to protect her for real.

The job takes Blu halfway around the world and several cities in between. The search for the truth reveals what could drive a person to want someone else dead.

And Blu Carraway ends up right in the way.

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About David Burnsworth

David Burnsworth became fascinated with the Deep South at a young age. After a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tennessee and fifteen years in the corporate world, he made the decision to write a novel. He is the author of both the Brack Pelton and the Blu Carraway Mystery Series. Having lived in Charleston on Sullivan’s Island for five years, the setting was a foregone conclusion. He and his wife call South Carolina home.

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3 responses to “Caught Up In It by David Burnsworth – Spotlight & Giveaway

  1. Kay Garrett

    Thank you for being part of the book tour for “Caught Up In It” by David Burnsworth. Sounds like a fabulous book and one that I would greatly enjoy having the opportunity to read.

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