Posts Tagged ‘Boston Detective Series’

Happy first day of December! I hope that you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving. It’s a spitty, cold day in Massachusetts, and it’s feeling every bit like the holiday season.

This week’s recommendation is my new book, The Stairwell. It isn’t out to all the retailers yet, but there is a way to order both the paperback and eBook. For the paperback, please go to https://www.createspace.com/4529712; make sure to include the numbers at the end. The paperback copy is $13.95. The eBook is available only through Amazon Kindle right now ($4.99) but will be available for Nook and iPad soon. Thanks to all of you for your support of Two Out of Three, and I hope you enjoy this one as well.

The Prologue and the first chapter are in previous blogs, and the synopsis for the new book is as follows:

Private Investigator Meagan Maloney is back with another action-packed mix of mystery, intrigue, and suspense. When an old acquaintance makes a dreadful discovery in his new house on the beautiful Rhode Island coastline, the authorities deem the event an accident. Unconvinced and unsettled, he enlists the help of Meagan and her computer-hacking sidekick, Doobie, to uncover the home’s hidden secrets.

Never one to handle a single crisis at a time, Meagan finds herself juggling several other issues while working her primary case. After she receives communication from a psychopath who’d attempted to kill her months prior, and who’s vowed to finish the job, Meagan is left to wait and wonder when her evil nemesis will strike again. As she fights off feelings of vulnerability, her focus becomes further challenged when she reluctantly gets dragged into a situation involving a suspected child killer and his intended next victim.

After Meagan’s actions unintentionally place a family member’s life in peril, she comes face-to-face with a killer and is once again called upon to make a life or death decision. Will she learn from the lessons of previous mistakes, or is the past fated to repeat itself? Regardless of her choice, someone is destined to die.

‘Til next week, happy reading! 🙂


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Happy first day of September! Does this mean summer is coming to an end?? Say it isn’t so…

Anyway, I have a GREAT read for you for this week called The Other Daughter by Lisa Gardner. I’ve read some of Gardner’s series starring main character D. D. Warren, and I liked those, so I thought I’d give this book a shot, and it did not disappoint.

This story is about a young lady named Melanie Stokes who was abandoned in a hospital twenty years prior and subsequently adopted by one of the wealthy surgeons and his wife. She’s raised with love and all things money can buy, but one day–out of the blue–a reporter tracks her down to tell her that she’s really the daughter of a serial killer who was coincidentally put to death twenty years ago. While Melanie tries to ignore the allegations, some strange and scary events begin to occur which force her to face her past. And she realizes the family who “randomly” adopted her has possibly been lying to her for decades. By her side throughout the ordeal is a FBI agent with some ghosts of his own, and sparks quickly fly between the two…not enough to make you vomit, but just the right amount.

This is a very quick read, but you need to be paying attention because of all the twists and turns. I had to force myself to slow down a couple of times to make sure I had everything right in my head. It was a great book, and Gardner did a masterful job of tying up a million loose ends to make a nice and tidy conclusion. So give this one a go, and ’til next week, happy reading! 🙂

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Hi Readers! Many of you who follow my blog have already been good enough to read my book, Two Out of Three. However, if you haven’t and would like to enter a giveaway for a free copy, please go to Goodreads.com and enter to win. If you type Two Out of Three in the search box, it will pull up the book and give you instructions from there.

On a related note, Goodreads.com is a fabulous place to exchange book ideas in all types of genres. I highly recommend it for all of you book lovers ~ have a great day! 🙂

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