Dream Stalker by Nancy Gardner November 1-30, 2021 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: Lily Scott vowed never to dream-walk again, but now her daughter is wrongly accused of murder. She must take the risk, even if it costs Lily her life. Lily is a contemporary Salem witch who descends from a long line of witches born […]

Read More »

Beneath the Marigolds by Emily C. Whitson October 1-31, 2021 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: Playing on our universal fascination with reality TV, Emily C. Whitson’s Beneath the Marigolds is The Bachelor(ette) gone terribly wrong. When her best friend, Reese Marigold, goes missing after attending Last Chance, an exclusive singles’ retreat on a remote island off […]

Read More »

The Ghosts of Thorwald Place by Helen Power October 1-31, 2021 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: Trust No One. Especially your neighbors. Rachel Drake is on the run from the man who killed her husband. She never leaves her safe haven in an anonymous doorman building, until one night a phone call sends her running. On […]

Read More »

The Thief Catcher by Jonette Blake October 1-31, 2021 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: A holiday in this tropical resort could be her last. Delia Frost is ready to quit her job and take a holiday. But she wants a relaxing holiday, not the one her husband dreams of; traveling in a motorhome. Sending airfare money […]

Read More »

New York: Give Me Your Best or Your Worst Presented by: Elizabeth Crowens October 25 – November 19, 2021 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: An Anthology celebrating the literary legacy of the Big Apple, illustrated with photography and edited by award winning alternate history and Hollywood mystery writer Elizabeth Crowens with an introduction by New York […]

Read More »

The Last Speaker of Skalwegian by David Gardner November 1-30, 2021 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: Professor Lenny Thorson lives in a defunct revolving restaurant, obsesses over word derivations, and teaches linguistics at a fourth-rate college with a gerbil for a mascot. Lenny’s thirty-four years have not been easy-he grew up in a junkyard with his […]

Read More »