Monday, January 10, 2022

NBtM: The Lake Templeton Murders by HS Burney

Congratulations to tour winner Clotilde H.
Thank you for your interest in hosting this tour, but all stops have been filled.

Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual Name Before the Masses Tour for The Lake Templeton Murders by HS Burney, a Mystery / Thriller available now. The tour will run every Tuesday for 8 weeks starting on February 1, and HS Burney is available for guest post and interviews. A mobi or epub copy of the book is available for review in conjunction with a guest post or interview.

HS Burney will be awarding a $20 Amazon or Barnes and Noble GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour.

A body washes up on the shores of Lake Templeton, a small town on the coast of Vancouver Island. Sharon Reese, the victim, was a dedicated government employee. Everyone liked her, but no one knew much about her. Was she hiding something? Maybe a questionable past riddled with scandal. And did it lead to her plunge to death, in a drunken stupor, off the dock outside her secluded lakefront lodge?

Was it an accident? A suicide? Or cold-blooded murder? Private Investigator, Fati Rizvi, is determined to find out.

Fati arrives in Lake Templeton to find secrets that run as deep as the City’s sewers. Everyone is hiding something and nothing is as it seems. A cult escapee. A corrupt politician. A struggling airline. A multi-million dollar public-private project to revitalize the Lake Templeton waterfront. How are they all connected?

As Fati valiantly unravels the knots, another body is found on the shore. Is it the same killer? And can Fati stop them before they strike again?

February 1: Rogue's Angels
February 8: Hope. Dreams. Life... Love
February 15: Viviana MacKade
February 15: Westveil Publishing - promo
February 22: Literary Gold
February 22: The Mystery Section
March 1: All the Ups and Downs
March 8: Fabulous and Brunette
March 15: Mythical Books - cancelled
March 15: Long and Short Reviews
March 22: Lisa Haselton's Reviews and Interviews
March 22: Straight from the Library