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

Monday, July 2, 2018

COVER REVEAL: Flotsam & Jetsam: the Amelia Island Affair


Take a gander at the great cover for my soon to-be-released new murder mystery romance from Wild Rose Publishing:



Who's littering the park with corpses?


State Park Rangers Simon Ribault and Ellie Ironstone are used to dealing with messy campers and ravaging raccoons, but when three bodies wash up on the beach, they mobilize all their powers of deduction. Who are they and how did they get to the shore of Amelia Island? Are they connected to the secretive League of the Green Cross? Or linked to a mysterious Jamaican drug ring?

Ellie, new to Amelia Island, must penetrate a close-knit community if she wants to find answers to the mystery, all while deciding between two rivals for her affection: Thad, the handsome local idol, and Simon, the clever, quirky bookworm.

Simon, for his part, will have to call on his not-so-well-honed romantic prowess to lure Ellie away from Thad and at the same time use his wide-ranging research skills to solve the case.


Look for it soon!

12 comments:

Melissa Keir said...

Congrats!! I wish you many sales!

Jennifer Wilck said...

Wow! Good luck!

C.B. Clark said...

Like the cover. Good luck with this new book. Sounds like a good one.

C. Becker said...

Congratulations! You must be so excited. Intriguing blurb.

M. S. Spencer said...

Thanks everyone! It is a fun mystery with twists & turns and a bit of freaky Florida history thrown in.

Rhonda Gilmour said...

Looks good! Is that gray hair on your heroine? I do love a seasoned romance.

Mary Morgan said...

I love it! All the best!

Tena Stetler said...

Great cover!

Nancy J. Cohen said...

Sounds great. Good luck with your new release!

Sandra Dailey said...

Looks and sounds like a must read. Good luck and great sales.

M. S. Spencer said...

Rhonda--not gray hair but blonde, although I agree with you: I like mature heroines, and most of mine (except this one) is 35 and older--I think they're much more interesting than younger ones.

M. S. Spencer said...

Thanks all for your kind words---RJ has done another bang-up cover job!