Did I Notice Your Book Blogfest!

Ciara Knight, a friend of mine, has joined together with Alex J. Cavanaugh for this fun blog hop – all about books that may be hidden gems, but that the world should read and know about. No book that is on the NY Times or USA Today bestseller lists is allowed, and neither is our own book if we’re a writer.

I had a hard time choosing. I have many writer friends and have read and reviewed a lot of their books in the past year. So I decided to go online and check out all the reviews I’ve done at Amazon – and one book stood out for me.

Lorna Tedder's cover of Flying By Night

Lorna Tedder’s Flying By Night. (That link is to Amazon.)

Here’s the blurb (again from Amazon):

” “The last time I saw my two husbands alive, they were standing naked before the Altar of the Goddess.”

So begins a harrowing tale of suspense, mystery, and spirituality. Kestrel Firehawk, a polyamorous witch, is framed for the murders of her lovers and forced to flee for her life on Beltane Eve.

Almost as dangerous as a cold-blooded killer is Dylan MacCool, the burned-out detective on Kestrel’s trail. His pursuit of answers will bring him to his knees–and take him to a destiny he never knew existed.”

And…below is the review I put up on Amazon:

“A terrific novel set in the pagan/Wiccan world, Flying By Night is an amazing story filled with love and tragedy and written with depth and compassion. Det. “Finn” McCool, working a seemingly ritualistic double-murder case where a woman also goes missing, is plunged into a world he’s afraid of – the pagan world – and doesn’t realize the depth of his own prejudices until he pushes away the one person he needs more than anything.

Kestrel Firehawk is the missing woman; she is guided to a pagan group who helps her, hides her, and literally saves her life by distracting the murderer out to get her. Years later, Finn tracks Kestrel down; unfortunately, so does the murderer, who will not suffer a witch to live. There are other players in the game who come to Kestrel and Finn’s aid; and the four of them become locked in a showdown to the death with the murderer.

I devoured this novel during work, throughout my lunch hour, and sat and read when I finally got home – I could not put this book down unless I absolutely had to, it was that good. The writing is rich, complex with imagery, emotion, and history, and will catch your heart. A jewel of a book.”

If you know Lorna, tell her I noticed her book. And then go check it out for yourself – you will not be disappointed! Oh – and October is the perfect season to read it. Treat yourself – get a copy for your Kindle!

Buy the book here: AMAZON

Find Lorna here: BLOG

~ Until the next time, cheers – and remember to drink responsibly! ~

Demon Soul, Blood Dreams and Demon Hunt are all available for the Kindle! Have you fallen into the Caine Brothers’ world yet?


 

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20 Responses to Did I Notice Your Book Blogfest!

  1. hilarymb says:

    Hi Christine .. a new book in the Paranormal genre – looks like I’ll have to get used to reading a few of these .. thanks for the review and your obvious enthusiasm of Lorna Tedder’s book … cheers Hilary

  2. Isis Rushdan says:

    Sounds like a great read.

  3. malanouette says:

    I love Ciara’s blog Did I notice your books. I’ve found so many treasures there.

  4. Janie Emaus says:

    I love he opening line!

  5. janie Emaus says:

    I met THE opening line. I can’t see what I’m typing!

  6. I have to add this to the long list I’m making today. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Ciara Knight says:

    Two naked husbands got my attention. LOL
    Thanks for participating!!

  8. robena grant says:

    Thanks for the recommendation. Awesome opening line.

  9. Lisa Kessler says:

    I love the premise!!! 🙂 SOunds great…

    Lisa 🙂

  10. Hope Lorna finds her book!
    Thanks for participating in our blogfest.

  11. I don’t know Lorna, but the book sounds terrific. 🙂

  12. Tyrean says:

    Sounds like an interesting read!

  13. Lorna Tedder says:

    Woot! I just home from work & found this! You made my day!

  14. Lynn Kelley says:

    Sounds like a page turner!

  15. This sounds like quite a suspenseful read.

  16. I love these simple covers. The red is eye catching!

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