Showing posts from July, 2022

The Forgotten Girl by Daco S. Auffenorde

If you enjoy books by Lisa Jewell or Fredia McFadden, I have your next read. The Forgotten Girl was published a few weeks ago and has 4.5/5 stars on Amazon. It is Daco S. Auffenorde’s first psychological thriller with Inkubator Books. I'm so happy to bring you this book as part of Zooloo Book Tours! Blurb: She lost her memory. Now she might lose her life. A beautiful woman wakes in a hospital bed, shackled and confused. She’s been in a coma for weeks. And can only remember her first name— Blue. Blue learns she fell from a window on the fourth floor of a hotel. Did she jump? Or was she pushed? To discover the truth, Blue must figure out who she is and what she was doing in that hotel. And she needs to do it fast. Because someone is out there, hunting Blue down, waiting for an opportunity to strike. Not knowing where to turn or who to trust, Blue must rely on her instincts to survive. Gradually, her memories begin to return, and they’re darker than she could ever have imag

The Waitress by Nina Manning

Nina Manning’s newest book is out now. The Waitress is the story of Kit who is a waitress with a lot of secrets. Thank you to Rachel's Random Resources for including me in this book tour! Kit has secrets she hopes will stay secrets. After she wins a fabulous prize she is hesitant and does not believe her luck. Are her instincts right? This dual timeline POV story is very engaging. I wanted to keep reading to uncover the clues from the present to find out what secrets Kit is hiding from her past. The descriptive writing made me feel like I was in the book and it was easy to picture the scenes. I've read Nina Manning's earlier books and really like her writing and characters. It is a quick read with a great story! About the author: Nina Manning studied psychology and was a restaurant-owner and private chef (including to members of the royal family). She is the founder and co-host of Sniffing The Pages , a book review podcast. Her debut psychological thriller, The Daught

Cover Reveal!!!!

Coming February 28, 2023, is a collection of short stories written by Leah Angstman. Today, I'm excited to reveal the beautiful cover to you and offer a giveaway! Enter to win an ARC of Shoot the Horses First & horsey prize pack! The giveaway is open to the US only and ends on July 26th. You must be 18 or older to enter. the-horses-first-cover-reveal About the book: Through a historian’s lens and folkloric storytelling, the pieces in Shoot the Horses First revel in the nuances, brutality, mythology, and tiny victories of our historical past. A launderer takes us inside the linens of the richest families in early Baltimore. A child on the Orphan Train has his teeth inspected like a horse. Civil War soldiers experience PTSD. While one woman lands on an island of the Wampanoag tribe, a woman 200 years later finds Apache in a harsh frontier. Children survive yellow fever, the desert heat, and mistaken identities; men survive severed fingers, un

The Librarian Spy by Madeline Martin

Happy pub day to  The Librarian Spy ! Thanks to Hanover Square Press, I'm sharing this wonderful book with you. Historical fiction is one of my favorite genres, especially WWII historical fiction. During WWII, librarians became spies and this is their story. About the book: Ava thought her job as a librarian at the Library of Congress would mean a quiet, routine existence. But an unexpected offer from the US military has brought her to Lisbon with a new mission: posing as a librarian while working undercover as a spy gathering intelligence. Meanwhile, in occupied France, Elaine has begun an apprenticeship at a printing press run by members of the Resistance. It’s a job usually reserved for men, but in the war, those rules have been forgotten. Yet she knows that the Nazis are searching for the press and its printer in order to silence them. As the battle in Europe rages, Ava and Elaine find themselves connecting through coded messages and discovering hope in the face of war.

The Cerberus Affair by Charlotte Valentine

Welcome to my first tour for KatieandBreyPA Tours! The Cerberus Affair is Charlotte Valentine's debut book and it is thrilling! It is about an ex-investigative journalist, Catherine Preston and her journey to seek justice for her friend. Catherine receives an email from her friend at the same time she finds out he is dead. The email shows that he was on the trail of corruption and was afraid for his life. In Greek mythology, Cerberus is a three headed guard dog of the Underworld. His job was to keep the dead from leaving. Interesting tidbit to set the tone for the book :) Catherine immediately pulls you into the story. High power people and big money corporations can spell trouble. She picks up the investigation her friend gave her and drawn into a dangerous world. There is a soft side to Catherine as the story is not all about the investigation. Catherine does not have a good history with men but her friends are determined to turn that around. When she meets someone that she star

Point Last Seen by Christina Dodd

Coming this week on July 26 th is Christina Dodd’s newest book, Point Last Seen. This book will interest you if you like Lisa Jewell or Sandra Brown. Thank you to HQN Books for including me on the blog tour for this book and letting me share about this book. Keep reading to see a sneak peek into the book! LIFE LAST SEEN When you’ve already died, there should be nothing left to fear… When Adam Ramsdell pulls Elle’s half-frozen body from the surf on a lonely California beach, she has no memory of what her full name is and how she got those bruises ringing her throat. GIRL LAST SEEN Elle finds refuge in Adam’s home on the edge of Gothic, a remote village located between the steep lonely mountains and the raging Pacific Ocean. As flashes of her memory return, Elle faces a terrible truth - buried in her mind lurks a secret so dark it could get her killed. POINT LAST SEEN Everyone in Gothic seems to hide a dark past. Even Adam knows more than he will admit. Until Elle can unravel