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Stormi (Books, Movies, Reviews. Oh my!) (booklady2007) | 8 comments Hi Everyone,

I am helping Mary Firmin organize a blog tour for her book Deadly Pleasures. This tour will be Nov. 1-10th. This a murder mystery novel with very little romance in it and I know the cover makes it looks a little steamy but it really isn’t. Please use the sign in form below.
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/v...

Book Description:
Megan Riley has bigger things to worry about than the fact that her neighbor has just been found dead. Her engagement has just ended, and she is once again on a quest to find Mr. Right-or at least Mr. Right Now. Tired of emotional ties and ready for a new adventure, Megan and her three best friends make a fateful decision. They hire hunky stripper Michael Harrington as their timeshare boytoy-unaware he is the prime suspect in a series of gruesome murders. Suddenly, they find themselves involved in a complicated murder investigation led by a handsome detective who is focused only on finding the twisted serial killer before he strikes again. But who will be the next to die? Megan, the hardworking real estate agent; newly divorced Kathleen; Alex, married to a wealthy businessman; or Rachel, the spurned wife of a hot Hollywood screenwriter? Following her own investigation, Megan takes a wild ride through L.A.’s bondage parlors, hidden sex clubs, and the extravagant lifestyles of the rich and famous; soon she discovers that her quest for adventure has abruptly transformed into a dangerous game of life and death.
http://www.amazon.com/Deadly-Pleasure...


Author Bio:
Mary Firmin was born in the North of England, emigrated to Canada, then traveled to Florida where she owned and operated an Arthur Murray Dance Studio. She moved on to Santa Monica, California where she worked in Real Estate Sales and eventually became Vice President of a large firm on the West Side. She began her writing career by attending many classes at local colleges, including UCLA, and then moved on to private writer’s groups. As active members of a Southern California Yacht Club, Mary and her husband traveled up and down the California Coastline for years, and spent many days on Catalina Island. Upon moving to the Desert, Mary wrote a society column for a Palm Springs newspaper. It is from these experiences she forged her characters and the story of Deadly Pleasures. This book is a fun, casual read with a little romance, some deviant sex, and a sick serial killer. It is sure to keep your attention to the very end. Mary’s loving husband, Bill, passed away this year. She has three children, one gorgeous grandchild and lives in Rancho Mirage, California. Mary is now working on her second book in this series, Deadly Secrets.

Tour Schedule:
November:
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9th Gaele @ I am, Indeed
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Thanks,
Stormi


message 2: by Karen (new)

Karen Cameron (kjcall) | 24 comments Book sounds like it should be really good. Just purchases a copy for my e-reader on Amazon.


message 3: by Suren (new)

Suren Hakobyan (suren_fant) | 11 comments Hi.
I'm looking for fantasy and mystery fan bloggers to read my new book Under the Black Clouds. It's a story about the second flooding which has suddenly made its way to the world. The hero of the book - Daniel is trying to survive and to protect his girlfriend - Milena. They seek out high ground as they wait for the waters to recede. However, as time passes, Daniel begins to understand that there is something strange in the water, an evil entity. He senses it - he feels it from within. Daniel knows that mankind is doomed. Evil has come with the rain, come for their souls. There is only one way to survive.
I assure you, if you like fantasy you will like this story too.

Under the Black Clouds by Suren Fant


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