Thursday, October 29, 2015

Food Whore - Promo & Giveaway

Food Whore:
A Novel of Dining and Deceit
By: Jessica Tom
Releasing October 27, 2015
William Morrow


Full of wit and mouth-watering cuisines, Jessica Tom’s debut novel offers a clever insider take on the rarefied world of New York City’s dining scene in the tradition of The Devil Wears Prada meets Kitchen Confidential.

Food whore (n.) A person who will do anything for food.

When Tia Monroe moves to New York City, she plans to put herself on the culinary map in no time. But after a coveted internship goes up in smoke, Tia’s suddenly just another young food lover in the big city.

But when Michael Saltz, a legendary New York Times restaurant critic, lets Tia in on a career-ending secret—that he’s lost his sense of taste—everything changes. Now he wants Tia to serve as his palate, ghostwriting his reviews. In return he promises her lavish meals, a bottomless cache of designer clothing, and the opportunity of a lifetime. Out of prospects and determined to make it, Tia agrees.

Within weeks, Tia’s world transforms into one of luxury: four-star dinners, sexy celebrity chefs, and an unlimited expense account at Bergdorf Goodman. Tia loves every minute of it…until she sees her words in print and Michael Saltz taking all the credit. As her secret identity begins to crumble and the veneer of extravagance wears thin, Tia is forced to confront what it means to truly succeed—and how far she’s willing to go to get there.

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Author Info
Jessica Tom is a writer and food blogger living in Brooklyn.  She has worked on initiatives with restaurants, hospitality startups, food trucks, and citywide culinary programs. Jessica attended Yale University and graduated with a concentration in fiction writing, studying three years under Amy Bloom. She brings a wide variety of food experience to her writing.

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Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Happy Pub Day to Bittersweet Creek - And a giveaway!

From the author of The Happy Hour Choir comes a Romeo and Juliet story with Southern flair--witty, warm, and as complex and heart-wrenching as only love and family can be.

For a century and a half, the Satterfield and McElroy farms have been separated by a narrow creek and a whole lot of bad blood. Both sides have done their share of damage. But the very worst crime either family can commit is to fall in love with the enemy. As teenagers, Romy Satterfield and Julian McElroy did exactly that. Then, on the night they were secretly married by a justice of the peace, Julian stood Romy up. 

Ten years later, Romy is poised to marry the scion of one of Nashville's most powerful families. First she has to return home to Ellery to help her injured father--and to finalize her divorce. For Julian, seeing Romy again brings into relief the secrets he's kept and the poison that ran through his childhood. Romy has missed the farm and the unpretentious, downright nosy townsfolk. In spite of her efforts, she's also missed Julian. But though she suspects there's more to that long-ago night than Julian ever revealed, the truth will either drive her away for good, or reveal what is truly worth fighting for. . .

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Sally Kilpatrick lives in Marietta with her husband, Ryan, and her two children. We shall call these precious and precocious children The Hobbit and Her Majesty.

Her debut novel, The Happy Hour Choir will be released by Kensington on April 28, 2015.The Happy Hour Choir won the Duel on the Delta, finaled in the Maggie Awards for Excellence and was a 2012 Golden Heart® finalist. Sally has two other novels coming down the pike—think Shakespeare with cows (Starcrossed and Moonblind) and It’s a Wonderful Life in a funeral home (Giving up the Ghost, a 2013 Maggie finalist).

A former Spanish teacher—because that’s what you do with an English major—Sally took an extended sabbatical when her husband gave her an application to Kennesaw State University’s Master of Arts in Professional Writing Program for Christmas 2007. (Best Christmas Present Ever!)

Sally is also the current president of Georgia Romance Writers.

For fun, Sally likes to read, write, run, and—you guessed it—sing in her church choir.

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Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Dana Bate Has Cooked Up Another Amazing Book - Review & Giveaway

Review by Darcie Czajkowski
A born and bred Midwesterner, Kelly Madigan has always lived within the boundaries of her comfort zone. She plays it safe, in life and love, in an effort to combat her quirky childhood with two parents who barely had a handle on the basics of parenthood, let alone the complexities. Their lack of participation in her and her brother Stevie’s lives didn’t denote a dearth of love, and they knew this; still, it translated to a lack of stability, which Kelly has been determined to counteract as an adult.

In doing so, she’s been dating a gorgeous, successful doctor named Sam for six years. They live together in Chicago, where Sam has dreams of joint home-buying that he wants to translate into concrete plans. Only Kelly has doubts. She can’t put her finger on what’s holding her back from saying yes, since Sam is the perfect boyfriend in all respects, but something nags at her, urging her to delay the process.

But when her mom passes away, the outline of Kelly’s careful world is expanded. Her mother’s death is unexpected to everyone except her mother, who, aside from her doctor, was the only one to know about her heart muscle condition. In her mother’s typical “I’ll take care of it later” fashion, she failed to follow up with the doctor but managed to write her children letters with uncharacteristic advice for their lives. In this letter, among other things, her mother encourages Kelly to take more risks. Get out of the Midwest. See the world.

It seems serendipitous, almost as if orchestrated by her mother from beyond the grave, when she receives a call from famous movie star Natasha Spencer’s assistant, who delivers the news that Natasha would like Kelly to come to London, where she currently lives with her British politician, Hugh, and ghostwrite her cookbook.

Kelly is stunned by the offer, and even more stunned, when she finds herself breaking up with Sam. Yet she feels invigorated by the prospect of leaving the country for the first time and embarking on an adventure abroad.
Only things in London aren’t so jolly. Natasha is an employee’s nightmare. She is every stereotype of an egotistical actress come to life. Selfish. Controlling. Demanding. Condescending.

But Kelly loves her work, developing, testing, and perfecting recipes, which she executes with aplomb, dazzling everyone, including Hugh. Turns out, cooking isn’t the only thing that entices Kelly to stay. As the kitchen heats up, so do Kelly’s feelings for Hugh.

Will the cookbook turn out to be a culinary delight, or will it go up in flames, along with Kelly’s professional and personal lives?

This book is quintessential Dana Bate, from the smooth, enticing prose, to the witty, spunky dialogue, both of which work concertedly to make foodie fiction an addictive read. Though Bate sticks to her typical character sketch of a self-deprecating protagonist as much as she follows her go-to chapter endings which portend hyperbolic ruin in the protagonist’s life, I still found myself relating to Kelly’s determination to make something of herself. To get out of her hometown and see the world as more accessible, realizing that her generation is no longer tethered to the city or region in which you were born.

As a foodie myself, I loved the breadth of recipes with which Kelly experiments, though this story extends beyond food and will capture readers who identify with Kelly’s struggle with an attraction to an unavailable man. While the story is not advocating for infidelity, it underscores the complexity of love, and the fact that the emotion not only has the power to make your heart soar, but also to destroy it. I’d recommend this book for all of the aforementioned reasons, but most of all, because it serves as a reminder that we have to go after our dreams, which should involve risks where we can’t see the ground beneath us. Life isn’t always easy and it’s never perfect, but it is an adventure, one which we are all just figuring out as we go along. 

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About the Author:
Dana Bate is an award-winning journalist and author of the novels TOO MANY COOKS, A SECOND BITE AT THE APPLE and THE GIRLS’ GUIDE TO LOVE AND SUPPER CLUBS, which earned a starred review from Publishers Weekly and has been translated into five languages.

Her writing has appeared in numerous outlets, including McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Culinate, Table Matters, and Prior to her writing career, Dana spent five years working as a Washington, DC-based field producer and on-air reporter for the PBSNightly Business Report, where she won the prestigious Gerald Loeb Award for a series she produced on the Indian economy. The award almost made up for the monkey attack she endured while on location. Almost.

As an undergraduate, she studied molecular biophysics and biochemistry at Yale University. Don’t worry: the choice doesn’t make sense to her parents either. In her senior year, she became an anchor and reporter for Yale’s one-hour news radio program, The Blueline Report, a show produced in the style of NPR’s All Things Considered. Hooked on the storytelling process, she enrolled in Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism, where she received a master’s degree and won the Harrington Award for outstanding promise in the field of journalism. These days, when she isn’t writing, she can usually be found in her kitchen, whipping up a new recipe from her extensive cookbook collection. She currently lives outside Philadelphia with her family.

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Monday, October 26, 2015

Corrupted - Giveaway

Bennie Rosato the founder of the Rosato & DiNunzio law firm hides her big heart beneath her tough-as-nails exterior and she doesn't like to fail. Now, a case from her past shows her how differently things might have turned out. Thirteen years ago, Bennie Rosato took on Jason Lefkavick, a twelve-year-old boy who was sent to a juvenile detention center after fighting a class bully. Bennie couldn't free Jason, and to this day it's the case that haunts her. Jason has grown up in and out of juvenile prison, and his adulthood hasn't been any easier. Bennie no longer represents those accused of murder, but when Jason is indicted for killing the same bully he fought with as a kid, she sees no choice but to represent him. She doesn't know whether or not to believe his claims of innocence, but she knows she owes him for past failures-of the law, of the juvenile justice system, and of herself. Forced to relive the darkest period of her life, Bennie will do everything in her power to get the truth, and justice.

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Lisa Scottoline is the New York Timesbestselling author and Edgar award-winning author of 24 novels, including her upcoming work, CORRUPTED. She also writes a weekly column with her daughter Francesca Serritella for thePhiladelphia Inquirer titled "Chick Wit" which is a witty and fun take on life from a woman's perspective.

Lisa believes in writing what you know, and she puts so much of herself into her books. What you may or may not learn about Lisa from her books is that she is an incredibly generous person, an engaging and entertaining speaker, a die-hard Eagles fan, and a good cook. She loves the color pink, her Ipod has everything from U2 to Sinatra to 50 Cent, she is proud to be an American, and nothing makes her happier than spending time with her daughter.

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Friday, October 23, 2015

If I Could Turn Back Time - Review & Giveaway

Review by Marlene Engel
Ramie has a life than many only dream of.  At 38 years old, she has a successful career and rubs elbows with the rich and famous.  Much different than the middle-class lifestyle she grew up in.  But the older she gets, the more she realizes that something’s missing.  While on a boat with friends, she consumes one too many drinks and decides to dive into the water.  The next thing she knows, she’s back in her childhood bed being woken up for school.  School?  Wait!  How did that happen?

She comes to realize that it’s the eve of her eighteenth birthday.  But how could that be?  It must be a dream, but she’s not waking up.  So she just goes with it.  Hey, being 18 again with a flat stomach, smooth skin and the smarts of a 38 year old?  This may not be a bad thing after all.  She starts to wonder if she changes some things in the past, if it will affect her future differently.  Maybe she can prevent her father’s death.  Or change the outcome of the relationship she had with her high school sweetheart. 

Let’s be honest.  Who hasn’t thought … what if I did this differently?  Would things have turned out better?  Or, if I had a time machine, I’d go back to (fill in the blank) and change that.  But what many of us don’t think about is how the choices we made, no matter good or bad, have shaped the person we are today.  And if we could go back in time, how the changes would affect our future and the future of those close to us.  It’s a true tale of shoulda, woulda, coulda.  Though true to Beth Harbison form, the book was fun, witty and highly entertaining, she also got you thinking.  I found myself putting the book down and pondering if I would’ve done things the same as Ramie.  And, to be honest, I don’t know how I would’ve handled things if I were in her position. 

Once again Beth Harbison writes a book worthy of accolades. With characters you can relate to and a story that has you laughing one minute and puts you in serious thought the next, this book is one that should be on everyone’s To Be Read list. 

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BETH HARBISON is the New York Times bestselling author of Driving with the Top Down; Chose the Wrong Guy, Gave Him the Wrong Finger; When in Doubt, Add Butter; Always Something There to Remind Me; Thin, Rich, Pretty; Hope in a Jar; Secrets of a Shoe Addict; and Shoe Addicts Anonymous. She grew up in Potomac, Maryland, outside Washington, D.C., and now divides her time between that suburb, New York City, and a quiet home on the Eastern Shore.

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Thursday, October 22, 2015

House Trained - Review & Giveaway

Review by Marlene Engel
With the first line of the book reading … This morning I overheard my husband talking to his penis … I knew right away that this was a book I was going to enjoy.  But don’t let the opening line fool you into thinking that this is solely a fluffy read.  With real-life struggles and situations that would turn the most perfect lives upside down, there is much depth to this story. 

Perfectionist Alex is an interior designer who has been married to Barry for many years.  Childless by choice, they are the parents to an adorable labradoodle.  But their lives get upended when Barry discovers that he is the father to a teenage girl, and grandfather to Ruthie.  Although this is a lot for them to digest, it doesn’t take long for Ruthie to grab hold of their hearts.  Now, they not only have the challenge of figuring out what to do with their new-found daughter and granddaughter, but the ex is trying to make her way into the equation. 

What I love about Jackie Bouchard’s books is that she perfectly weaves amazing, relatable stories with adorable four-legged friends.  There’s truth to the saying that ‘dog is man’s best friend.’  Having a dog play a good part of the book adds an element of warmth and love that just can’t be found else ware.  A great book from beginning to end, this is a story you won’t want to miss.

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Jackie Bouchard, a USA Today bestselling author, writes what she calls Fido-friendly fiction - humorous and heart-warming stories about women and the dogs that profoundly impact their lives. She spent a long time as a creative soul trapped in the body of a practical person. When she was bitten by the writing bug, she managed to leap free of the hamster wheel of corporate America, and now spends her days walking her dog, talking to her dog, and listening for the voices in her head that want their stories told. When the voices don't talk to her, she can often be found staring into the refrigerator. After growing up in Southern California, Jackie moved to Bermuda, where she met her husband. Now back in San Diego, American Jackie, her Canadian hubby, and her Mexican rescue mutt form their own happy little United Nations. Jackie's novels include HOUSE TRAINED (Lake Union, Oct. 2015), RESCUE ME, MAYBE, and WHAT THE DOG ATE. 

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Tuesday, October 20, 2015

A Montana Born Christmas - Blitz & Giveaway

Ready to two-step under the mistletoe with a hot cowboy? How about a gorgeous tycoon? Spend a white Christmas in Montana with eight heartwarming, contemporary romances. This limited edition collection features sweet and sexy holiday stories from bestselling and award-winning authors. You’ll find eight romantic heroes to fall in love with in A Montana Born Christmas boxed set. And all for less than a dollar!

Christmas at Copper Mountain by Jane Porter
Life has been tough at Copper Mountain Ranch and widower Brock Sheenan’s kids have never had a proper Christmas. His new housekeeper, Harley Diekerhoff, is determined to change that–but she doesn’t count on falling in love with her taciturn boss.

Come Home for Christmas, Cowboy by Megan Crane
Christina Grey Cooper has finally given up on her marriage and returned home to Marietta to lick her wounds. But Dare can’t let the love of his life go, even if what’s standing in the way of a true holiday miracle is himself… Can the magic of a White Christmas in Montana help him save what he’s nearly lost forever?

A Cowgirl’s Christmas by CJ Carmichael
Betrayed by her father, Callan Carrigan has to decide what matters most to her. Fighting Court McAllister to get back the family ranch, or giving Court what he really wants—her heart.

A Cowboy for Christmas by Katherine Garbera
Back in Marietta, disgraced, the last person Annie Pruhomme wants to see is hunky Carson Scott. Does he hold a grudge, and why does he still look so hot?

Mistletoe Wedding by Melissa McClone
An instant family isn’t on ranch foreman Tyler Murphy’s Christmas list, but event planner Meg Redstone’s kisses are. Getting her under the mistletoe, however, is going to take a miracle…or help from Santa.

A Sweet Montana Christmas by Roxanne Snopek
A marriage in jeopardy, a decrepit honey farm and an unexpected birth on a dark, snowy night. All they need to rediscover their love is a Christmas miracle.

Blame the Mistletoe by Dani Collins
Commiseration over being alone for the holidays turns to a holiday fling, making Liz Flowers think Blake Canon is giving her the Best Christmas Ever. But when family secrets are revealed and their children arrive home early, will they be able to keep the season bright?

Her Mistletoe Cowboy by Alissa Callen
Ivy Bishop plans to spend Christmas holed up on an isolated Montana ranch far from the city and her ex-fiancĂ©. But the more time she spends with the workaholic cowboy next door the more she realizes her heart isn’t actually broken – yet.

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  • eBook of any Megan Crane backlist title
  • eBook copies of Promise Me, Cowboy, & Good Together by CJ Camichael
  • all four e-book titles in The Scott Brothers series by Katherine Gabera
  • eBook copy of His Outback Cowgirl by Alissa Callen
  • eBook of Hometown Hero by Dani Collins and a $10 Starbucks card + swags)

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Monday, October 19, 2015

A Guy + A Cat = A Great Read! Plus a Giveaway!

Review by Janine Rowe
A heartfelt and inspiring story of James Bowen, a London street musician, and his faithful feline companion Bob. 

In this book, James looks back on one of the toughest Christmases with Bob and how they survived, yet made a memorable Christmas for themselves and James’ good friend Belle. 

The book is filled with delightful stories like when James is desperate for money and his supporters at the Angel Station are there to give him donations and when James gives back to those who help him by handing out Christmas cards.  Gut wrenching stories of an encounter with a drug dealer and how James and Bob managed to get away from him and the heartbreaking tale of Belle’s lost Christmas gift.  These are just a few of the stories in this book.  If you are in need of inspiration this holiday season, or just any time you want a feel good story, I would recommend reading this book.  It left me feeling inspired to do something good for someone.  I also enjoyed the illustrations at the end of each chapter.  I thought that was a special touch

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JAMES BOWEN is the author of the bestselling A Street Cat Named Bob. He found Bob the cat in 2007 and the pair have been inseparable ever since. They both live in north London.

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Friday, October 16, 2015

Get Snowbound with Debbie Mason & a Giveaway

Snowbound at Christmas
Christmas Colorado #5
By: Debbie Mason  
Releasing September 29, 2015


Surviving the holidays will take a Christmas miracle . . .

Ex-cop Cat O'Connor is bored working for her sister, Chloe, as a personal assistant on the set of her soap opera. Until Chloe gets an opportunity to audition for the role of a lifetime and asks her identical twin to substitute for her on the soap with no one the wiser. It's a perfect switch-until Cat attracts the attention of the mysterious Mr. Tall, Dark, and Way-too-handsome leading man.

Grayson Alexander never thought being snowbound in the charming town of Christmas, Colorado, for the holiday would get so hot. But between working with sexy, tough Cat on set and keeping his real reason for being there under wraps, he's definitely feeling the heat. And if there's one thing they'll learn as they bring out the mistletoe, it's that in this town, true love is always in season 

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Author Info
Debbie Mason is the bestselling author of the Christmas, Colorado series. Her books have been praised for their "likable characters, clever dialogue and juicy plots" (RT Book Reviews). She also writes historical paranormals as Debbie Mazzuca. Her MacLeod series has received several nominations for best paranormal as well as a Holt Medallion Award of Merit. When she isn't writing or reading, Debbie enjoys spending time with her very own real-life hero, their four wonderful children, an adorable grandbaby, and a yappy Yorkie named Bella.

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Thursday, October 15, 2015

Happy Pub Day For Laguna Heights!

Annie and Hank have created a perfect life in Laguna Beach but when a dark secret is revealed, will their marriage survive? 

In high school, Annie Johns was the calm, supportive sidekick to the rest of the tumultuous female stars of the hit reality TV show, Laguna Nights. Today, she’s living the happy life as a mom that she predicted on the show long ago. There’s only one problem: the secret from her past that haunts her most nights, a secret that if revealed could ruin everything she shares with her husband, Hank, a man who saved her from the heartache. 

The second book in the Laguna Beach series, Laguna Heights, follows Annie’s story.  It shows you glimpses of her past so you are able to fully understand the present state she’s in.  From her college days and an abusive boyfriend, to her current life with her husband, the author does a magnificent job pulling the whole story together.  But it’s when Annie’s ex returns and the secret she’s been keeping threatens to surface that her strength is truly tested and we’ll see if the love that her and her husband share is strong enough to withstand it all.

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Kaira Rouda is a USA Today bestselling, multiple award-winning author of contemporary women's fiction and sexy modern romance novels that sparkle with humor and heart. Her women's fiction titles include HERE, HOME, HOPE, ALL THE DIFFERENCE and IN THE MIRROR. Her bestselling short story is titled, A MOTHER'S DAY. Kaira's work has won the Indie Excellence Award, USA Book Awards, the Reader's Choice Awards and honorable mention in the Writer's Digest International Book Awards. Her books have been widely reviewed and featured in leading magazines.

Her sexy contemporary romance series set on INDIGO ISLAND includes: WEEKEND WITH THE TYCOON, Book 1; HER FORBIDDEN LOVE, Book 2; THE TROUBLE WITH CHRISTMAS, Book 3; and THE BILLIONAIRE'S BID, Book 4. Each of these novellas can be read as a stand-alone, or enjoyed as a series. Her new series is set in LAGUNA BEACH and includes: LAGUNA NIGHTS, Book 1; LAGUNA HEIGHTS, Book 2; and LAGUNA LIGHTS, Book 3 coming winter 2015. She also helped launch Melissa Foster's The Remington's Kindle World with her bestselling novella, SPOTLIGHT ON LOVE, and is part of Carly Phillips Dare to Love Kindle World with THE CELEBRITY DARE.

Her nonfiction titles, REAL YOU INCORPORATED: 8 Essentials for Women Entrepreneurs, and REAL YOU FOR AUTHORS: 8 Essentials for Women Writers (available for free download on her website) continue to inspire. 

She lives in Southern California with her husband and four almost-grown kids, and is at work on her next novel.

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Wednesday, October 14, 2015

The Good Neighbor - Review #FRC2015

Review by Marlene Engel
Shadow Cove, Washington, is the kind of town everyone dreams about—quaint streets, lush forests, good neighbors. That’s what Sarah thinks as she settles into life with her new husband, Dr. Johnny McDonald. But all too soon she discovers an undercurrent of deception. And one October evening when Johnny is away, sudden tragedy destroys Sarah’s happiness.

Dazed and stricken with grief, she and Johnny begin to rebuild their shattered lives. As she picks up the pieces of her broken home, Sarah discovers a shocking secret that forces her to doubt everything she thought was true—about her neighbors, her friends, and even her marriage. With each stunning revelation, Sarah must ask herself, Can we ever really know the ones we love?

Set in Shadow Cove, Washington children’s book author Sarah and her husband Johnny enjoy their small town.  Until one night when tragedy strikes and will change the course of their lives forever.  As Sarah tries to mend their uprooted lives, she comes across secrets and lies that has her questioning everything that she thought to be true.  Even to the point of wondering if her own husband is who she has always thought he was. 

There’s nothing like a good mystery to keep you on your toes.  The author’s attention to detail, captivating story-line and character development was impeccable.  The second you think you have it figured out, another twist is thrown at you.  A fast-paced, quick read.  But one you definitely don’t want to miss!

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A. J. Banner grew up reading Agatha Christie, Daphne du Maurier, and other masters of love and mystery. She enjoyed sneaking thrillers from her parents' library, which gave her excellent fodder for her first novel of psychological suspense, The Good Neighbor. Born in India and raised in North America, she always dreamed of writing gripping stories in which nothing is what it seems. She's hard at work on her next novel in her home office overlooking a Pacific Northwest forest.

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