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blog tour: book review & excerpt of Jessica Strawser’s new novel, Not That I Could Tell

This title was rather kindly sent to me by the publishers, Hodder & Stoughton. The present review is also being published to my accounts on NetGalley, GoodReads, Amazon, LinkedIn, Facebook and other social media .  I’m delighted to be taking part, this morning, in the blog tour for Jessica Strawser’s second novel, Not That I Could Tell, which was published by Hodder & Stoughton in the UK on the 5th of this month (Kindle, £6.99 and paperback, £14.99), and is being marketed as a general fiction title. On the U.S., the hardcover was published on March 27th ($26.99, St. Martin’s Press), but the novel is being marketed as women’s fiction. Courtesy of the publishers, I am bringing you an excerpt which, though small, is very mysterious and intriguing and will, I am sure, go a long way in spicing up your curiosity about this novel. My own contribution to the blog tour will be, as usual, my full review of the title. the synopsis: Ever wonder what your friends really think of you? Drinks in hand, a …

blog tour: book review and a whole lot more about Tell No Lies and its author, Lisa Hartley

    So. Here I am as promised, though a bit later than usual — blame it please on the horrible migraine that’s been plaguing me for three straight whole days now. Migraine-stricken or not, however, I could not fail to be here to introduce you to a lovely and talented young writer, Lisa Hartley, whose second book on the Detective Caelan Small series has just been published. Moreover, it is a thrill for me to participate in another of Canelo’s blog tours, courtesy of no less lovely Ellie Pilcher’s kind invite. The book I’m talking about is Tell No Lies, a sequel to Ask No Questions, a series about an intrepid undercover detective and her trials and tribulations as she tries to go about her job. Just like Ask No Questions, Tell No Lies was published by the fab folks at Canelo, branded as a Crime / Thriller / Detective Fiction novel, and it came out 19th February last. Here’s Tell No Lies cover image: And here’s the book blurb: Now they’re coming after Caelan’s …

a diary date for next week: Lisa Hartley’s Tell No Lies blog tour!

Join me here on March 3rd for my blog’s launching of Lisa Hartley’s new Detective Caelan Small novel, Tell No Lies. There will be, as usual, a book review, and my interview with Lisa, where we will talk a bit about everything, and about her other writing projects and upcoming publications. Tell No Lies is a sequel to Ask No Questions, whose review will appear here on March 2nd.

Blog Tour ~ Kaela Coble’s Friends and Other Liars: Book Review, Excerpt, Bio & Interview

Today I have the pleasure of welcoming to my blog Kaela Coble, as I participate in the marketing blog tour for her debut novel Friends and Other Liars, branded rather appropriately as a novel “exploring the secrets among friends… and other liars“. As usual, I’ll be bringing you my book review, but also a book excerpt, and a short bio and interview with the author. The title was rather kindly made available to me by the publishers, Sourcebooks Landmark. This review is also being published to NetGalley, GoodReads, LinkedIn, and my social media accounts. About the novel Friends and Other Liars: Sometimes the secrets we keep are more dangerous than the ones we reveal… When Ruby St. James returns to her hometown of Chatwick, Vermont, it’s under the worst circumstances. It’s been ten years since she’s been home, and she tells herself the solitary life she’s built in New York City suits her just fine—at least well enough to avoid slicing open the scars left by her first love, Murphy, or her bipolar, recovering alcoholic mother. …

Announcing Friends & Other Liars blog tour

§ Debut Novel Explores Secrets Among Friends…and Other Liars Sometimes the secrets we keep are more dangerous than the ones we reveal… When Ruby St. James returns to her hometown of Chatwick, Vermont, it’s under the worst circumstances. It’s been ten years since she’s been home, and [a]s the secrets begin to trickle out, Ruby struggles between the pull to reconnect with the friends who once meant so much to her and the desperate need to keep the secret that changed her life. Told from alternating viewpoints and flashbacks, Friends and Other Liars is the story of five friends coming to terms with what it means to betray the ones who love you most. § Friends and Other Liars is a debut novel by Kaela Coble. Don’t miss it here tomorrow: book review excerpt Q&A with Kaela Coble