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Today I’m excited to host two writers. One is my first Follower of the Month. She’s been a long-time writer friend and she was the first one to take me up on my offer in March’s Email Connect. Welcome Beverly Stowe McClure.
If you’re featured I:
- buy, read, and review your latest book
- mark your book as AM READING on Goodreads
- feature you and your book(s) in my monthly EMAIL CONNECT email
- tweet your book link(s) for 4 Wednesdays, 3 times a day during your month
- post one facebook post with a link to my review
- feature you on The Write Game on your month (this month’s an exception since the AtoZ Challenge starts, so I’m posting it a bit early)
- Pin and feature your latest book cover to my Pinterest Board, Book Covers that Catch my Eye.
Hats Off Corner
Flames burn between a hardboiled cop and a gifted artist but soon extinguish as another man’s obsession ignites into an inferno of desire, driving him to destroy the object of his madness…
The Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary defines unrequited as “not reciprocated or returned in kind.”
The plot of Murder & Obsession involves unrequited love and the act of killing to acquire and or retain that love. Remember Fatal Attraction?
Have you ever felt that deeply towards another individual that you couldn’t let him or her go? I’ve always been of the mind that if he’s not into me, move on. However, for some folks, it’s not that easy.
In Murder & Obsession, the antagonist is a man obsessed with a woman he can’t have. Why murder the object of your love? That goes against everything that makes sense for most of us. Yet, the sad truth in this country is that death by a lover or spouse happens daily.
Statistics prove that on average, more than three women are murdered by their husbands or lovers every day. Although, if you watch Snapped, you know life insurance seems to be a major factor too.
As wedding bells echo like the ring of toasting champagne glasses in the ice carved mountains of Anchorage Alaska, Detective Steven Quaid rehabs his grandfather’s cabin into a honeymoon cottage for his new bride.
When he returns from a hunting trip, Steven’s faced with five police officers, who “Want to talk.” Plagued by two unsolved murders, the Department is searching for answers.
The conversation comes to a deafening halt as the team finds a bloody crime scene in the bridal suite.
“Where’s her body?” is a question Steven cannot fathom.
Steven’s jaw clenches and his heart races. Images of Sarah streak through his mind.
The silence breaks as an explosion of accusations vibrate through every fiber of his being.
Although running is never the smart thing to do, Steven’s not thinking clearly and his escape into the wilderness of the Brooks Range proves almost fatal.
This Steven Quaid mystery is both personal and heartbreaking.
Bio: Yolanda Renée
At one time adventure called to me and I answered. I learned to sleep under the midnight sun of Alaska, survive in below zero temperatures, and hike the Mountain Ranges. I’ve traveled from Prudhoe Bay to Valdez, and the memories are some of my most valued. The wonders, mysteries and incredible beauty that is Alaska has never left me and thus now influence my writing.
Despite my adventurous spirit, I achieved my educational goals, married, and I have two wonderful sons. Writing is now my focus, my newest adventure!