Best Issue of RT Book Reviews EVER!
I’m thrilled to share that I received two wonderful reviews in the September 2013 issue of RT Book Reviews.
The first is a 4 1/2 STAR TOP PICK review for A PLAIN DISAPPEARANCE, the third Appleseed Creek Mystery.
This is what reviewer Patsy Glans writes:
“The third installment of the outstanding Appleseed Creek series is a mystery with twists and turns and an unexpected ending that will keep readers up until the wee hours of the morning. Readers are reunited with characters from the first two books and will meet some new ones. Flower has hit it out of the ballpark with this series and continues to amaze with her knowledge of the Amish way of life.“
This is what the reviewer writes:
“This series starter set in Amish country will delight readers with its details of the community’s culture and lifestyle. The contrast between the simple life and a grisly murder play out nicely in this well-done cozy… the author does a good job of introducing several key players in the community, which develops a strong sense of place, and provides plenty of material for future mysteries.”
Reviews make a huge difference for authors in the success of the novel. From reviews on seller sites like Amazon and B&N to reviews in trade publications like RT Book Reviews, they all help. I want to thank everyone who has been so generous to take the time to read and review my novels over the years.
BIG GIVEAWAY COMING!
I have a HUGE giveaway planned to launch SUPER SEPTEMBER. It starts August 6th, release day of PLAINLY MURDER, the e-novella prequel to MURDER, PLAIN AND SIMPLE. Subscribe to my e-newsletter to be one of the first to hear. Trust me, you are going to want to enter this one! Sign up for my e-newsletter HERE or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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