Monday, August 15, 2016

Catch a Clue - Find an 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)
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Paty Jager said...

Tears trickled down Ella’s cheeks. The horses stopped and all circled the body, their muzzles pointed inward to…her father.
Shandra scrubbed her face with her hands. She’d had this same dream every night for the last week. Finding the truth behind her father’s death was the only way she’d ever have a good night’s sleep and relieve her mind.

Murderous Secrets: A Shandra Higheagle Mystery
Paty Jager
Murder Mystery

stanalei said...

I love the lines, Paty. And I'll play.

O’Neal’s eyes flashed with familiar fire. His lips
thinned and gaze narrowed. “All I can tell you is what
my gut says—this isn’t about a case Kellee worked. I
believe my past, and hers, has finally caught up with

Dead Reckoning
By Stanalei Fletcher

Sylvia A. Nash said...

Thanks, Paty, for the opportunity. My new release, Rx for Retribution, is "live," but the official release and sale begin this Friday, Aug 19.

Grandpa knew what it meant to even the score. He knew it from the hills where he was born and raised. He took what he knew with him across the big water where the war helped him understand it. After he returned home and I came along, he passed that knowing on to me.

Rx for Retribution
By Sylvia A. Nash

Karen McCullough said...

Great idea, Paty. Here's mine:

Ninety-nine days out of a hundred I love my job as assistant to the director of the Washington D.C. Commerce and Market Center. That particular Monday morning, however, I had a hard time remembering why. Setup day before the start of the Washington, D.C. Business Technology Show had already staked its claim as the one in the current hundred that made me want to re-examine my career choice.

Wired for Murder
by Karen McCullough