Sunday, November 8, 2009

Mistletoe and Murder by Florence Case

Terri Reed here. Most Sunday's we post an interview of one of the characters from one of the current month's release. Unfortunately, Florence was uable to participate for her November release as she passed away last month. On November 10th, I will post a tribute to Florence written by two of her friends. We will be giving away a copy of Mistletoe and Murder. Please stop by.

Below I have posted what Florence said in her own words about her current book on her ShoutLife page.

Hello, everyone! I am so happy to say that MISTLETOE AND MURDER, my next book for Steeple Hill's Love Inspired Suspense line, is finished and will be released in November, 2009. I'm so excited about this book, as I love writing Christmas themed stories. I'm working on a new project and will keep you updated as to how it goes.

.... I love writing romantic suspense and hope to give my readers many hours of entertainment.

Writing novels and reading are my first loves, followed by crocheting and knitting for babies in need. ...I am active in my church as the adult Sunday School leader and work with the youth singing group there that my son is a part of.

Mistletoe and Murder
One minute, probation officer Mallory Larsen is handing out hand-knitted Christmas gifts. The next, there's a gun at her head—and a bomb exploding. Fellow probation officer Shamus Burke saves her life, and she'll be sure to thank him for it…once she gets his assistance again. A girl's life depends on Mallory, and no one but Shamus can help her do what needs to be done. As the threats against Mallory escalate, she shows Shamus she won't back down on saving anyone—including him. But now someone's dead set on stopping them both from ever celebrating Christmas together.

8 comments:

April said...

This sounds like such a great story. I love Christmas novels. Thanks for sharing
tarenn98[at]yahoo[dot]com

Barbara Phinney said...

I plan to buy a couple of copies, one to send to a woman serving in the Gulf, and one to read myself. Nothing like a good Christmas story. I didn't know Florence, but I want to help out the family, so I can do that by purchasing her book.

Abi said...

Sounds interesting.

Debby Giusti said...

Praying for her family. I know this Christmas will be hard for them. Just like Barbara, I plan to buy her book.

Autumn Jordon said...

I'm so sorry to hear Flo passed on. (((HUGS)) to all you ladies. I'm sure she will be missed. And I certainly will look for Mistletoe And Murder.

Autumn
www.autumnjordon.com

Phyllis said...

My condolences to Florence's family as well as her writing buddies. I, too, will buy a copy of her book.

Project Journal said...

The LIS books have been out on shelves in our local Walmart for about a week already, so I've already bought the book. It is very high on my list to read because it sounds GREAT!

I am thinking of Flo's family everyday...she will be missed
Hannah

Lucy Naylor Kubash said...

My condolences go out to Florence's family and fellow writers. How sad she didn't get to see this book on the shelves. My mom passed away the day after I received the author copies of my first book this year, so I can imagine how they feel. I'll be sure to pick up a copy of this book.