Sanctuary by C.L. Tolbert July 1-31, 2022 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: The Thornton Mystery Series In Sanctuary, Emma Thornton takes on another murder investigation. This time, she’s helping a former client accused of killing the leader of a suspicious cult in New Orleans. James Crosby, the head of the Japaprajnas, is found dead one late […]

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Dead Drop by James L’Etoile June 27 – July 22, 2022 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: Hundreds go missing each year making the dangerous crossing over the border. What if you were one of them? While investigating the deaths of undocumented migrants in the Arizona desert, Detective Nathan Parker finds a connection to the unsolved murder […]

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Hooker Avenue by Jodé Millman June 1-30, 2022 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: Being a Good Samaritan is hazardous. Single mom and attorney Jessie Martin learns that lesson the hard way. During a violent spring thunderstorm, Jessie discovers an unconscious woman lying in a roadside ditch and dials 911 for help. Little does she know her […]

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The Rising by Kerry L Peresta May 1-31, 2022 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: After an assault that landed her in a hospital as a Jane Doe two years earlier, Olivia Callahan has regained her speech, movement, and much of the memory she lost due to a traumatic brain injury. The media hype about the incident […]

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Dead Man’s Leap by Tina deBellegarde May 1-31, 2022 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: DEAD MAN’S LEAP revisits Bianca St. Denis in Batavia-on-Hudson, New York Rushing waters…dead bodies…secrets… As Bianca St. Denis and her neighbors scour their attics for donations to the charity rummage sale, they unearth secrets as well as prized possessions. Leonard Marshall’s historic […]

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Cry of the Innocent by Julie Bates April 11 – May 6, 2022 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: April 1774 – Within the colonial capital of Virginia, Faith Clarke awakes in the middle of the night to discover a man savagely murdered in her tavern. Phineas Bullard was no stranger. Faith’s late husband had borrowed heavily […]

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