☆¸.•¨★☆ NEW RELEASE! ☆¸.•¨★☆
Happy happy release day for BLOSSOMS, BARBEQUE, & BLACKMAIL!!
Here’s the blurb:
The last thing Normal needs is Dottie Swagger or Mary Elizabeth Moberly as the Ms. Blossom Festival Queen.
I thought I had my hands full when Dottie Swaggert and Mary Elizabeth Moberly entered the Ms. Blossom Queen Beauty Pageant for seniors but when I witnessed a fight at the festival between Carrie Patillo and Jason Dresser, Carrie’s daughter’s accused killer, I knew Jason was wrongfully accused for the murder and set up.
How was I going to prove it before the trial started?
Easy. Gather the Laundry Club Ladies and use our unique sleuthing skills. Right?
After we uncovered some evidence of blackmail and head on over to tell Jason what we found out. . .we found out something alright. The true killer got to Jason first.
If that wasn’t enough to deal with, Bobby Ray Bond found his real mama. With her impending arrival, we Laundry Club Ladies have our hands full with Blossoms, BBQ, & Blackmail.
Welcome to Normal where NOTHING is normal!
🔥★🔥 EARLY REVIEWS 🔥★🔥
“The mystery was good, super entertaining and full of twists.” Goodreads, Karen
“The author consistently gifts us with an unpredictable plot, at least a couple red herrings, and lots of laugh-out-loud scenes!” Goodreads, Jeanie
” The mystery was well-plotted with plenty of twists, turns, and surprises. The secondary storyline with Bobby Ray was interesting, and it seems like we might be in for a little more surprises in the next book. This book can be enjoyed as a stand-alone, no cliffhanger just a possible hint of what maybe next. I loved it and would recommend for fans of the series or the Author, Tonya Kappes, and cozy mystery fans.” Goodreads, Kim
One Comment on “Happy Release Day Blossoms, Barbeque, & Blackmail”
Congratulations Tonya!!! Absolutely love all of your books but the Campers and Criminals series is my all-time favorite: Followed by the Kenny Lowry and the Mail Carrier series. I am thrilled that you are such a prolific writer; because I love series that are continual as the characters seem like “old friends” stopping by for a visit. Plus, I adore that your books are set in small towns in Kentucky. I can relate so well to these settings having been born a Hoosier and now living across the Ohio River from y’all in the Buckeye state. Warning to other readers: Be careful where you read Miss Tonya’s books as you are apt to break into giggles, guffaws, and even snorts at her “dead-on” Southern humor, sayings, and scenarios. Just “bless their lil hearts” of anyone who doesn’t appreciate you enjoying a great book!!