Posts Categorized: Guest Post

Nov 22 2017
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Death at the Midnight Dragonfly by Susan Boles – Guest Post and Giveaway

Death at the Midnight Dragonfly by Susan Boles – Guest Post and Giveaway

Death at the Midnight Dragonfly by Susan Boles
A Lily Gayle Lambert Mystery #3
Argent Ocean Publishing
November 10, 2017

On the fourth day of Christmas,
In Mercy, Mississippi….

Four suspects lying,
Three sleuths a sleuthing
Two clues a hiding
And a very, very dead body.

It’s the Christmas season in Mercy, Mississippi. But things are far from jolly.

For Vlad Templeton the sleepy little town where he spent his childhood provides the perfect place to conduct his state funded sleep study. But when the local bank manager, who was participating in the study, is found dead on his doorstep, is it a set up…or is Vlad somehow involved?

But, when someone makes an attempt on Lily Gayle’s and Dixie’s life, the two realize they better move fast….or they might end …

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Nov 18 2017
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Murder by the Barrel by Lesley Cookman – Guest Post and Giveaway

Murder by the Barrel by Lesley Cookman – Guest Post and Giveaway

Murder by the Barrel by Lesley Cookman
A Libby Sarjeant Murder Mystery #18

A new title in the popular cosy crime series by bestselling author Lesley Cookman

When the sleepy village of Steeple Martin announces its first beer festival, the locals are excited. Beer, sun and music, what could possible go wrong?

But when an unexpected death shakes the village, it’s up to Libby Sarjeant to solve the puzzle.

Was it just another rock star death or is there something more sinister afoot?

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Nov 17 2017
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Death at the Emerald by R.J. Koreto – Guest Post and Giveaway

Death at the Emerald by R.J. Koreto – Guest Post and Giveaway

Lady Frances and Mallow: Friends and Colleagues

My sleuth, Lady Frances Ffolkes, employs a maid, probably the most conventional thing she does. And exploring their relationship is the most fun I have in writing my mysteries!

Frances, of course, is a very non-traditional heroine in turn-of-the-century England. Although times were changing, some conventions were set in stone: well-born women didn’t work and could have no occupation except perhaps charitable work. They lived at home until they found a suitable husband—or one was selected for them.

But Lady Frances turns all those conventions on their heads: she lives on her own, campaigns for women’s suffrage, chooses her own romantic partners (even going outside of her class) and sets herself up as …

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Nov 09 2017
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The Ghost Chronicles 2 by Marlo Berliner – Guest Post + Giveaway

The Ghost Chronicles 2 by Marlo Berliner – Guest Post + Giveaway

 

On Tour with Prism Book Tours

The Ghost Chronicles 2

by Marlo Berliner

Young Adult Paranormal

Paperback & ebook, 384 Pages

October 17th 2017 by Teddy Blue Books

**If you love ghost stories and the paranormal, then THE GHOST CHRONICLES series is the perfect new read for you!**

What’s there to fear if you’re already dead?

Plenty.

Michael and Sarah now know for certain, there is a destination after death.

They also know they better find their way out of the afterlife fast, before the devil claims Michael’s soul.

What they don’t know?

Before they can get to heaven…

they may just have to go through hell.

*Inspired by …

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Nov 06 2017
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Dressed to Kill by Vicki Vass – Guest Post + Giveaway

Dressed to Kill by Vicki Vass – Guest Post + Giveaway

Dressed to Kill by Vicki Vass
An Antique Hunters Mystery #5

In 1865, Elizabeth Keckley, Mary Todd Lincoln’s dressmaker, conspired to change the course of the Civil War. Crossing lines between North and South, the band of conspirators wove a plan that remained undiscovered for more than 150 years until Antique Hunter Anne Hillstrom finds one of Keckley’s gowns. She and fellow Antique Hunter CC Muller unravel the mystery that has left a trail of dead bodies, leading to the doorstep of their antique store, Great-Aunt Sybil’s Attic.

Dressed to Kill is the fifth book in the Antique Hunters Mystery Series. Rooted in history, the series reimagines real-life events blurring the line between fact and fiction.
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Nov 04 2017
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Murder Over Mochas by Caroline Fardig – Guest Post

Murder Over Mochas by Caroline Fardig – Guest Post

Murder Over Mochas by Caroline Fardig
A Java Jive Mystery #5

A blast from the past gets Nashville PI and coffeehouse manager Juliet Langley in hot water in this explosive mystery from the USA Today bestselling author of Death Before Decaf.

As a newly minted private eye, Juliet Langley has sworn to leave homicide to the authorities, limiting the scope of her investigations to cheating spouses and dirty business partners . . . like her ex-fiancé, Scott O’Malley. When Scott shows up unannounced at her coffeehouse, Java Jive, Juliet’s first instinct is to punch him in the nose. Her second is to turn down his desperate plea for help with a case that’s way too dangerous for her liking. But when Scott …

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Nov 03 2017
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A Deadly Éclair by Daryl Wood Gerber – Camembert Onion and Mushroom Soup Recipe + Review + Giveaway

A Deadly Éclair by Daryl Wood Gerber – Camembert Onion and Mushroom Soup Recipe + Review + Giveaway

Traveling Meal
Soup

As our traveling feast continues, it’s time for soup. Do you love soup? I’m not big on cold soups, but I adore hot soups. I don’t get to eat soup out at restaurants very often because there are so many that are made with a roux (or gluten). That doesn’t mean I can’t cook them at home.

Since we’re still celebrating the upcoming release of the first of the French Bistro Mysteries, A DEADLY ÉCLAIR, on our tour, I thought I’d share an onion soup I make with Camembert cheese rather than the typical Gruyère cheese. Of course, the soup is loaded with onions.

FYI, I’m turned on by aromas. If I can’t rum up …

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Oct 29 2017
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Cold As Ice by Julie Mulhern – Guest Post + Giveaway

Cold As Ice by Julie Mulhern – Guest Post + Giveaway

Cold As Ice by Julie Mulhern
The Country Club Murders #6
Henery Press
October 17, 2017

Ellison Russell’s life resembles a rollercoaster ride. And rollercoasters make her ill. Her daughter Grace has a crush on a boy Ellison doesn’t trust and she’s taken to hosting wild parties when Ellison goes out for the evening. Worse, the bank which represents Grace’s inheritance from her father may be in trouble.

When a meeting with the chef at the country club leads to the discovery of a body, Ellison can’t afford cold feet. She must save the bank, find the killer, and convince Grace (and herself) that powerful women don’t need men to rescue them.

Check out all the books in the Country Club Murders …

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Oct 27 2017
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Support Your Local Sheriff by Melinda Curtis – 5 Reasons to Date Your Local Sheriff

Support Your Local Sheriff by Melinda Curtis – 5 Reasons to Date Your Local Sheriff

On Tour with Prism Book Tours.

Support Your Local Sheriff

(Harmony Valley #10)
by Melinda Curtis

Contemporary Romance

Paperback & ebook, 384 pages

October 1st 2017 by Harlequin Heartwarming

Will he pass the daddy test?

With his job in jeopardy, it couldn’t be a worse time for Sheriff Nate Landry’s recent past to come back to haunt him. But it would take an army to stop SWAT team leader Julie Smith. The fellow cop—and sister of his ex-fiancée—wants one thing from the beleaguered lawman: custody of the toddler son that Nate didn’t know he had.

He may not be natural daddy material, but he quickly takes a shine to little Duke. And then there are …

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Oct 22 2017
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The Case of the Clobbered Cad by Debra E. Marvin – Recipe + 2 Giveaways

The Case of the Clobbered Cad by Debra E. Marvin – Recipe + 2 Giveaways

The Case of the Clobbered Cad by Debra E. Marvin
A Nosy Parkers Mystery #2

Inspired by the famous Girl Detective, the members of the Olentangy Heights Girls’ Detective Society, affectionately known as the Nosy Parkers, spent their formative years studying criminology, codes, and capers. Unfortunately, opportunities to put their unique skills to work were thin on the ground in the post-war boom of their little corner of suburbia and they eventually grew up to pursue more sensible careers. Until…

Heather Munro’s youthful devotion to The Girl Detective led to a passion for digging around in history. Now pursuing her Master’s Degree in Celtic Studies, Heather must balance exploring Edinburgh with her determination to excel in her all–male classes at the University. …

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