The Pit and the Passion

She held her gaze steady, mainly so she could delve deep, deep into those chocolate eyes. Together with his sharp, angular nose and intense, almost predatory, expression, he reminded her of a peregrine falcon on the hunt.

The Pit & the Passion

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

I'm at Jennifer Labelle's with a New Excerpt & a Prize

Passagassawaukeag River & the P&MLR tracks
Please drop by Jennifer Labelle’s site today, June 30, where I’m talking about the Penhallow & Moosehead Lake Railroad and my new release The Penhallow Train Incident

You can read a new excerpt in which our heroine is given a possible clue to the mystery. 
There's a clue in here.

Leave a comment for a chance to win a copy! 

And here’s a summary to draw you in:

In the sleepy coastal Maine town of Penhallow, a  stranger dies on a train, setting off a chain of events that draws Rachel Tinker, director of the Penhallow Historical Society, and Griffin Tate,  curmudgeonly retired professor, into a spider’s web of archaeological obsession and greed. Before Rachel can unlock the soft heart that beats under Griffin’s hard crust, they must find the map to the Queen of Sheba’s tomb, and solve not one, but three murders.

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