Wayne Turmel speaks with Pat Camalliere about her new novel, The Mystery at Black Partridge Woods, and the Cora Tozzi Historical Mystery Series. Read the interview here. And remember to check out Pat’s website for more articles and information.
Wawetseka, a Potawatomi woman, is shocked when a body washes up near her village, but events soon turn worse: her only son is arrested for murder. To free him she must track down the real killer. Her investigation takes her through the wilderness of 1817 northern Illinois and to Fort Dearborn as she races desperately, fighting the harsh terrain and the realities of vigilante justice.
Two centuries later, Wawetseka’s descendent, Nick Pokagon, a charismatic young scientist, partners with Cora Tozzi, Cisco, and Frannie to publish Wawetseka’s adventures. But then Cora and her friends are attacked.…
Matt Hader is running giveaways for his new crime thriller, Two-Seven Remainder. Each giveaway runs for a month, with five copies available to win in each.
Tess Ballis, an associate of Amika Press, has just published her first novel.
I’m seven years old, and he has just done something bad. He has left me, and I stare at the stained sheets, too stunned to speak.
I’m nine years old, and I no longer wear pigtails because he loves innocence. It doesn’t stop him.
I’m twelve, and I scream for help. Make so much noise that the neighbors are bound to hear. He holds me down and teaches me not to scream.
Eden Wright’s parents have both verbally and physically abused her for years. Her best friend, Lacey, is facing problems of her own. When Lacey’s boyfriend commits a horrible act, it is all too familiar to something Eden has suffered herself. Desperate to escape the memories that have been haunting her, she has to face the frightening truth that she has spent her whole life trying to forget.
Broken Girls is a powerful, promising novel from this new author. Check it out now on Amazon.