Thank you for your interest in hosting this tour, but all stops have been filled
Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a virtual book tour for Gordon Kessler's Horror/Thriller novel, Jezebel. The tour will run October 3 - November 1, 2011 and Gordon is available for guest blogs or interviews. Additionally, a PDF of this novel is availble for review in conjunction with a post or interview.
Gordon will be giving away a $50 Amazon GC to one randomly drawn commenter during the tour.
If you'd like to host Gordon on your blog, please either leave a comment here or email us at goddessfish AT gmail DOT com.
Sleep lightly tonight…
A madman has come to town seeking a diabolical revenge and large dogs begin attacking their masters for no apparent reason and with heinous results.
Animal Control Director Tony Parker must find out why and stop the murderous attacks. Meanwhile, Jezebel, a huge black Great Dane has killed her master and is loose, terrorizing the city and stalking Parker and his family. Parker and Sarah Hill, his beautiful and seductive young assistant, attempt to unravel the mystery and stop the terrible carnage while dealing with their own demons and lusty desires.
The attacks must be stopped. Jezebel must be found-and soon, you see--there is one other complication. Parker seems to have come down with an annoying little virus. No, it's not one of those irritating summer colds. It's certain death.
She's a murderess, huge and black as a hell-bound night.
Beware. Jezebel is on the loose!
October 3: Hope. Dreams. Life... Love
October 4: Wake Up Your Wild Side
October 5: Backseat Nightmares
October 6: Sexy Adventures, Passionate Tales
October 7: Author Raine Delight
October 10: Sandra's Bog
October 11: REVIEW ONLY Reviews by Molly
October 13: Alisha Paige
October 17: Of Ink and Quille
October 18: Coffee and Characters
October 19: Chris Redding Author
October 20: Emeraldfire's Bookmark
October 21: A Pen and Fire
October 24: The Cerebral Writer
October 25: Parajunkee's View
October 27: Reader Girls
October 28: Laurie's Thoughts & Reviews
October 31: A. F. Stewart's Blog
November 1: Worlds of Possibilities
November 2: Marianne Arkins