Monday, June 13, 2016

Catch a Clue - Find a New Author

Every Monday catch a clue about a new to you mystery, thriller, or suspense book or author. 

Authors: In comments give readers a five sentence passage from one of your books. 

genre (mystery, thriller, suspense)
buy link
Website or Amazon Author page link. 

(I'm slow but I've figured out how YOU make your links live: < a href = " http : // the website address " > Your website or retailer here < / a > (Fill in all the gaps I put in this so the coding wouldn't disappear)

EXAMPLE: < a href = " " > Website < / a >

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Steve Liskow said...
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Steve Liskow said...

I've tried to post a comment twice now with the required info, but neither my website nor the buy link shows up, live or otherwise.

Let me try again. If it doesn't work this time, forget it.

Chris Guthrie couldn't remember when he first met Hot Rod Lincoln. He knew he was with the Detroit Police, and he thought he'd busted Lincoln for stealing a car owned by somebody who was friends with somebody he knew in high school. And that guy dated somebody who slept with someone who went through the Police Academy with Guthrie, and who was once married to somebody else who knew somebody who had played on a recording session with Megan Traine, Guthrie's girlfriend. Or something like that. Kevin Bacon had something to do with it.

Oh Lord, Won't You Steal Me a Mercedes Benz
by Steve Liskow
The second Woody Guthrie, PI novel

Paty Jager said...

“Don’t tell me you found another dead body,” he said in a joking tone.
“I’m afraid I did.”
“Where? Are you in danger?” His demeanor went from joking to all business.

TARNISHED REMAINS: A Shandra Higheagle Mystery
Paty Jager

Murder Mystery

Paty Jager said...

Steve use this < a href = " http : // the website address " > Your website or retailer here < / a > filling in your buy link and website link and closing up all the spaces except between the a and href.

MBukowski said...
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MBukowski said...

Hmm. ... the links don't work....
Joe Weber stood at the back of the small produce booth at the Nashville Farmers Market studying the different baskets of strawberries. How the hell am I supposed to know which ones are ripe but not rotten? His mood was as black as his thoughts. It had been a month since he had been shot in the side while on a mission for Tip of the Spear, the private investigation firm in which he was a partner. It wasn't even a serious gunshot wound, yet everyone was still treating him like an invalid.

In the Wind, Tip of the Spear, Book 3
Julie Mellon
< a href = < /a >
< a href = < /a >

MBukowski said...

I am not having luck with the links. Any suggestions?

Paty Jager said...

Delete the spaces between all the letters and symbols except the "a href"

Judith Mehl said...

The jarring ring of the phone broke her intense scrutiny and scared the butterfly away. The voice on the phone shouted, “Death just arrived at my door. It’s in the guise of a bouquet of flowers, but I know death when I see it. I’m going to die. Please help.”

Murder Most Floral
Judith Mehl
< a href = "">Available on Amazon< / a >

Jeannie Hall said...

Author: Jeannie Hall
Genre: Romantic Thriller

Lynea was exhausted because she’d been up for over forty-eight hours taking care of her sister. Yet even with her fatigue, she should’ve stirred when I shook her. That felt wrong, unnatural. She’s been
so nervous since this happened, too. I can’t help but think she’s scared of someone tracking her down, someone dangerous… And if that chemical residue means what I think it might, whoever it is may have already found her.”

Buy link:

Thanks so much, Paty! ��

Linsey Lanier said...

New Release: She risked another glance in her rear view mirror and caught the dark outline of the man behind the steering wheel of the black van.
He was a large man. The van drew close and he looked straight at her.
A shiver of nerves went through her.

The Boy (A Miranda and Parker Mystery) #8
Linsey Lanier
Website (for Kobo, iTunes, B/N)

Patricia McLinn said...

“He didn’t kill him.”
“What?” If Mrs. Atcheson’s toaster had turned into a Veg-o-Matic before my eyes, I couldn’t have been more surprised. “Who didn’t kill who?”
(I know, I know – it should be who didn’t kill whom – so shoot me.)
“They said he did and they put him in jail, but the man said they couldn’t say Daddy did, so they let him go. But Mom said they couldn’t say Daddy didn’t, so maybe the judge will say Daddy can’t see me. Ever.”

Sign Off (Book 4, Caught Dead in Wyoming)
Patricia McLinn
Cozy mystery
Author website