Saturday, June 1, 2019

Book Spotlight & #Giveaway ~ Buried in Sin (A Mackenzie Blue Mystery, Book 1) by Kathryn Long ~ @klongauthor @RABTBookTours


Buried in Sin
A Mackenzie Blue Mystery, Book 1
Kathryn Long



Mystery

Date Published: March 30, 2019

Publisher: Black Opal Books



About the Book:

Research assistant Sarah Mackenzie enjoys collecting information for her uncle’s local history projects. But when she stumbles upon an open grave in Cornplanter Cemetery, she’s startled to find the body reminds her of someone she knew, someone she believed died ten years ago. Like opening Pandora’s Box, the discovery is full of unpleasant surprises and definitely not the kind this researcher likes to collect. To make matters worse, the local sheriff has learned about Sarah’s strained relationship with the victim, and the clues drop one by one to shift suspicion to her as the favored suspect. As the murders escalate and one becomes three, Sarah confronts her fear and searches for the truth, venturing into the world of Seneca Indian culture. Confronted with mysteries from the past as well as the present, she must find their common link in order to discover the identity of the Grave Maker and stop his killing spree.
Meet the Author:



Kathryn Long is a retired teacher turned fulltime writer. She loves filling her days reading and writing mysteries. Her credits include romantic suspense, A DEADLY DEAD GROWS and her self-published series, THE LILLY M. MYSTERIES. BURIED IN SIN is her latest release, published by Black Opal Books in March, 2019. She stays active on social media where you can find her on Facebook, Twitter, and her blog. She also belongs to Sisters in Crime and International Thriller Writers. Kathryn lives in northeast Ohio with her husband and pooch Max.

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10 comments:

  1. I like spooky books. The cover looks very spooky.

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    1. It's full of mystery! Thank you for commenting.

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  2. Oooooh a research scientist as a protag for a mystery book sounds brilliant!!

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  3. I like a good mystery and this sounds awesome!

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    1. Thanks for commenting! Mystery readers are the best :-)

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