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Thursday, February 05, 2009

Avenging Angel, a Shannon Wallace Mystery

First I would like to thank Eve for allowing me to hijack her blog for a few days :) and to assure her readers, I will do my best to entertain you!

Now, I would be remiss if I didn't introduce my book and my information so that you, fair reader, can buy it. It has been on the Red Rose Publishing bestseller list for mystery and suspense a couple of times, and made it to number six on the mainstream list the month it was released. I would be thrilled to have you add it to your to be read list!

Here is the dope:

A Shannon Wallace Mystery: Book 1
Kim Smith

Mainstream Fiction: Mystery/Suspense
ISBN: 978-1-60435-276-4


Shannon Wallace is having a bad hair week.

She’s been ditched by her job, dumped by her boyfriend, and implicated in his murder.

When she finds out her very private video collection is missing from the crime scene, it is all out war to find the disks before the cops do. The problem is, the killer has them. And he’s watched them.

Now Shannon’s at the top of his most wanted list.


Catherine Bybee said...

One of these days I'll catch up! This is already in my TBR list. Every time I read a promo this book is pushed up higher on the list.

Suko said...

Wow! I can continue with the tour from my chair. Even so, I have some catching up to do!

Kim Smith said...

Hey yall! Thanks for stopping by :) isn't this fun??

Suko said...

It is fun! Where is yesterday's tour post to be found (if I may backtrack)?

Kim Smith said...

Hey Suko- i have put the info on the website, and on the blog,

Hope you are having as much fun as me!

Yvonne Eve Walus said...

This is sooo on my "to read" list!

Kim Smith said...

Thanks Yvonne :) it is a fun read, and the first of a series of books about Shannon's wild life.

LK Hunsaker said...

Hi! I hope your blog tour is going well!

I'm curious about your genre, mainstream: mystery/suspense. Typically, mainstream means that it doesn't fit in a genre such as suspense, romance, sci fi, etc. So I'm wondering if you use the combination the way I use mainstream/literary romance, in that it's romantic but not true romance fiction and goes deeply into characterization and social issues. I'm curious!