The Prisoner of Paradise by Rob Samborn January 24 – February 18, 2022 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: The world’s largest oil painting. A 400-year-old murder. A disembodied whisper: “Amore mio.” My love. Nick and Julia O’Connor’s dream trip to Venice collapses when a haunting voice reaches out to Nick from Tintoretto’s Paradise, a monumental depiction […]

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The Murderess Must Die by Marlie Parker Wasserman August 16 – September 10, 2021 Tour Synopsis: On a winter day in 1898, hundreds of spectators gather at a Brooklyn courthouse, scrambling for a view of the woman they label a murderess. Martha Place has been charged with throwing acid in her stepdaughter’s face, hitting her […]

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Silence in the Library by Katharine Schellman July 12 – August 6, 2021 Tour Synopsis: Regency widow Lily Adler didn’t expect to find a corpse when visiting a family friend. Now it’s up to her to discover the killer in the charming second installment in the Lily Adler mysteries. Regency widow Lily Adler has finally […]

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The Turncoat’s Widow by Mally Becker February 22 – March 19, 2021 Tour Synopsis: Recently widowed, Rebecca Parcell is too busy struggling to maintain her farm in Morristown to care who wins the War for Independence. But rumors are spreading in 1780 that she’s a Loyalist sympathizer who betrayed her husband to the British—quite a […]

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BANNER: A Circle of Dead Girls by Eleanor Kuhns

A Circle Of Dead Girls by Eleanor Kuhns on Tour September 1-30, 2020 Synopsis: In the spring of 1800, a traveling circus arrives in town. Rees is about to attend, but sees his nemesis, Magistrate Hanson in the crowd, and leaves. On the way home he meets a party of Shaker brothers searching for a […]

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Blackwell by Alexandrea Weis with Lucas Astor on Tour February 1 – March 31, 2019 Synopsis: “… an intriguing, dark tale complete with vividly drawn characters, and a uniquely compelling character in Magnus … seamlessly blends mystery, magic and matters of the heart to create an enthralling read. Readers will be engaged from the start […]

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